When Ken Fec isnâ??Ã?Ã´t collaborating with his other outfit Black Moth Super Rainbow where heâ??Ã?Ã´s helping to create some of the glossiest and narcotic induced drizzling sunshine pop kookiness, heâ??Ã?Ã´s serving as the brainchild of Power Pill Fist, an entity at the helm of some chunky ass, psychotropic, skewed bliss.
Rest assured Fec isnâ??Ã?Ã´t just some fly-by-night knob twiddler but instead a visionary with a true penchant for manipulating the Atari 2600 tossed into the mix with a mind-boggling night where Ennio Morricone, Kraftwerk, and Black Dice paint the town red. Still going strong as the resident DJ for Graveface Records where he puts on sets sans spinning the records between the live sets of the artists from the labels roster, Fecâ??Ã?Ã´s second release, Kongmanivong, under the Power Pill Fist moniker perches him atop the summit of modern day experimental music.
Kongmanivong is a hearty collage of hazy dub resonance and sticky funk with the abrasiveness of early industrial paladins such as Nitzer Ebb and Frontline Assembly. Even though the most seasoned of noise rock fans will dig it, Kongmanivong keeps the squalls of fuzz abundant but simmers them down into a disturbing procession of skronky techno and globs upon globs of post-modern meets neo-Krautrock all underlined with a seedy pop underbelly that is enigmatically and simultaneously jarring and soothing. Never have the terms â??Ã?Ãºbi-polarâ??Ã?Ã¹ â??Ã?Ãºhaywireâ??Ã?Ã¹ and â??Ã?Ãºambientâ??Ã?Ã¹ been able to be tossed around freely in a single summation of music as they are when mentioning Kongmanivong.