Totally necessary vinyl edition of Aaron Dilloway's 'Psychic Driving Tapes', recorded in 2009 and originally only available (and now dead hard to find) on a 2011 cassette via his notorious Hanson Records. It's pure swill, smearing over 50 minutes of noize crud and sampledelia into the crevices of both sides so that you can finally own and become acquainted with a modern classic of its genre.
"Coruscating cut-ups yanked still dripping and yowling from the belly of the beast. Dazzling and invigorating, scary and discombobulating. 'Psychic driving was a psychiatric procedure in which patients were subjected to a continuously repeated audio message on a looped tape, in order to alter their behavior... often hundreds of thousands of repetitions of a single statement over the course of their treatment. They were also concurrently administered muscular paralytic drugs such as curare... The psychic driving procedure was a chronological precursor to Cameron's depatterning, involving massive doses of ECT combined with similarly large doses of psychedelic drugs like LSD. The intent was to break down the subject's personality -- theoretically psychic driving could then be used with some efficacy in establishing a new personality' (Hanson Records)." Originally released on cassette by Medusa in 2010.