Hear “Laddio’s Money,” from upcoming Laddio Bolocko box set, ’97-99

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On May 20, Castle Face Records is releasing ’97-99, a career spanning box set reissue of the work of experimental New York band Laddio Bolocko. Today, they’ve shared “Laddio’s Money,” a deep groove of a track, that showcases the band’s lightning-in-a-bottle noise rock majesty and fiery sonics. Triumphant guitar riffs clash against radio static and explosive sound effects, turning elements of cacophony into a harmonious anthem. Hear it below.

Castle Face Records head and Thee Oh Sees frontman John Dwyer says in a statement, “Laddio’s Money is another prime specimen of the grimy and pocked cement floor punk of New York’s Laddio Bolocko. Brewed onto the basement tapes this one throbs and circles as the iridescent neon hammer head that it is. Wicked drums, as always from Blake Flemming. Searing Guitar as we’ve come to expect from Drew St.Ivany. Broken & bloody tooth 4 string bass from Ben Armstring dragging the bottom of the ocean and bulldozing all the bodies. Triumph-in-horn-form via Marcus Degrazia’s lung powered engines. All cylinders are firing. Take my money, Laddio!”

Laddio Bolocko ’97-99 tracklist:

1. Goat Lips
2. Call Me Jesus
3. Nurser
4. The Man Who Never Was
5. Dangler
6. Y Toros Pt. 1
7. Y Toros Pt. 2
8. As If By Remote
9. A Warm Annoyance
10. Karl
11. The Outro
12. A Passing State of Well Being
13. Beatrice The Coyote
14. Laddio’s Money
15. Wallkill Creek Survival
16. The Going Gong
17. In Search of Bolocko (digital exclusive)

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