I've been charmed by The Hunter Gracchus out of Sheffied, England since I first laid ears on their excellent Sacred Object Of The Yiye People album, and even more charmed by their label, Singing Knives Records. The label's on a roll lately with killer releases by Part Wild Horses Mane on Both Sides, Shiggajon, Pekko Kappi, Chora and others.
Alberorovesciato released a CD on Singing Knives last year entitled Tigers on Acid in the Hell of the Brushwood. On first listen I admit I kind of wrote it off as a jumble of percussion (which it is) and a one trick pony (which it isn't). The album's turned out to be a grower to say the least, full of ritualistic momentum recorded in beautiful definition, like an OLAibi album if you took out any semblance of actual songs. I can't stop listening to it, but it's even more fun to see, at least according to this video. Here are Alberorovesciato, Italian percussion weirdos playing drums, metal and other stuff with sticks and tree branches. Even when they pull out the keyboard it's used in a very percussive mode. (I also played a song from Tigers on Acid a few weeks ago which you an listen to on the pop up player).