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After their internationally acclaimed LP Radical Zoo the members of the band parted their ways to continue doing what they love and to get back together much stronger. Remember blasting beats of Dizzcock's ghetto grooves or Sister / Body's raving dub ritual? You can find traces of both in LG's new material, yet the Irrelevant Dreams stands as a unique statement of anonymous clubbing hell on it's own. Fresh and tense, with gritty sound and shaking bass, Lightning Glove's new album is their most aggressive and mature output to date.
Lightning Glove is a Czech project that emerged from the circles of the Prague noise/psychedelic collective Klangundkrach. In 2013 they released the Raving Peacock’s Tail tape on Tesla Tapes. It has later been re-released as a remastered edition on vinyl by their own label Red For Colour Blind in cooperation with Ono Tesla who also released their follow-up 12" Radical Zoo.
"LG have proven themselves to be a truly authentic and soulful "electronic " group capturing the spirit of the free party dancefloor and the spirit of true punk filtered through one of the finest lyricists and social commentators we have heard in recent years. This their new album, on NONA records does not deviate from the formula of past releases too much but there are some surprises to be had such as the well placed autotune vocals that just serve to add to the whole paranoia and dystopian vibe they push forward in their music." (Onotesla)
"Irrelevant Dreams draws from a few styles - juke, industrial techno, power electronics, witch house - and binds them all in a horrid mess of sound. ‘City In The Daylight’ is Salem as reimagined by Damien Dubrovnik, while ‘In The Club Wasted’ sounds like some mythic collaboration between Giant Swan and The Prodigy. Good clean fun." (Norman Records)