Pissypaw\Weirding Module review from Byron Hayes at Digitalis,
The Albert’s Basement imprint seems dedicated to documenting the Australian sub-underground, and they’re fighting a winning battle one rare artifact at a time. For this short spool, they’ve dedicated a side to Melbourne’s ultra-new Pissypaw with the other being graced by an American known as Weirding Module (Michael Troutman, ex-Awesome Colour). Each act contributes a single track that clocks in at around 8 1/2 minutes. Pissypaw’s offering starts off in a stuttering drum machine mode before fading into loops of guitar effects bliss. Mysteriously airy and barely recognizable vocals (is that a language switch mid-way through?) float just above the drifting tones of the guitar. The ‘bedroom psych’ feeling emanating from this track is inescapable. Weirding Module, on the other hand, has his feet rooted deep in a tangle of electronics. A crafty, static-adorned drone is the platter on which laser beams and the Doppler effect are served. Racing back and forth across a circuit board has never sounded so good!