I was unfamiliar with Platemaker, but the project seems to be the work of one Rob Woodcock, and the website describes it as “workplace grievance related circuit bent noise attack.” Bonus points for putting it into the category of Kitchen/Cooking. So let’s get into it and see what Platemaker is cooking up. It seems like the blue plate special for the day is harsh in your face noise. This is a full out aural assault from the beginning. If you like harsh noise wall, this is one for you. There are some completely unintelligible vocals in here, but they are almost unrecognizable as such. Grinding static and squealing electronics. Rumbling low end keeps it all together. Towards the end it all collapses into a pulsating electronic mess. This is a live action, and it definitely has the rawness that I enjoy from these kinds of recordings. I recommend not only picking this up, but also checking him out live if you happen to be in the UK. Overall this is a good time, and left me interested to hear more. This album is limited to 42 copies and weighs in at around 15 minutes.