Lilipulu`s Four Amazing Tracks is an E.P. of new music from Moscow care of Hamburg`s Growing Bin Records. The results of an improvised jam session that led by the label`s mastering engineer of choice, Sergey Luginin, plus friends DJ / photographer Ivan Pustovalov, and Sasha & Sergey from Simple Symmetry. Capturing moments where tribal drums mate with machines, and gamelan gongs get spun backwards. Big beats are scratched and bongos and congas are go-go-esque. A1 is simply mad percussive. The sort of thing you might hear played at Düsseldorf`s Salon Des Amateurs, alongside the ancient / future rituals of The Durian Brothers and Montzeuma`s Rache. A2 is post-punk strummed funk. Ringing out on tight Psycho Killer strings. Riding a rock solid bass-line, as (Miss) Modular synths strut their 70s sci-fi hot stuff. B1 pinches Sal Principato`s cowbell and bangs out a disco mutant, part Japan’s EP-4 and part Frenchman, Ramuntcho Matta. Its hook consisting of a whistling riff, scythed by an electric axe. In contrast the closer has its sequences sing like a chorus of horny night birds and insects, while treated, fragmented vocals float on new age clouds.