Pluto is an album drenched in acid jazz vibes. The brutal alto sax improvisations of Karl Conrad D'Silva are accompanied with psychedelic bass tones and stoner rock orientated guitar parts. The tracks have floating and mesmerizing parts which crash violently in a storm of saxophonised abuse. D'Silva shows no mercy, his playing goes deep with heavy experimental outbursts and varied lung pulses. He has already performed with several highly acclaimed experimental artists like Stephen Mallinder of Cabaret Voltaire, Legendary US grindcore originators SIEGE, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth and The Death Of Rave’s Rian Treanor.
OZO sweats, growls and kicks ass on Pluto like their life’s depended on it. Mike Vest manages to put some interesting electric sax melodies between the insane cacophonic waves of D'Silva. Well, we are sure this won’t be everybody’s cup of tea but for those who love experimental sax improvisations mixed with psychedelic and powerful rock, infused stoner rock influences, OZO is a band worth to check out. Our favourite track is Fine Tuner Abuser which unfortunately, slashes only fifteen minutes. Talking about an awesome recording.