“Verisimilitude”

Currently one of the newest physical releases from Roil Noise’s CDR side, Rabbit Girls’ business card-sized mini lists on the RNO website as “a dreamy remix of the original track.” With more syllables in the title than minutes in the track, there isn’t a whole lot for this reviewer to dissect– Rabbit Girls lay down a push-pull drone of a single tone, occasionally thicken it somewhat, and add fleeting artifacts that often make you wonder if you’re hearing something outside your headphones, or within. Perhaps it was these transient sounds that inspired the title.

As for sound quality, I can’t detect any real flaws, though the track start is a bit sudden. An impressive low end sounds best on my speakers, and gave my desk a good rattle.  After more than a few listens, I’m fairly certain I hear super-slowed vocals as well. Someone with the appropriate software might have fun speeding this up to see if there is a hidden message about the thing on the cover. Is it lumpy soap? A brick? A brownie? Who makes a stamp like this?

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