"A day of 5000 degrees" by Kiki Super Rolling Sound is a pleasantly nightmarish ride through dark times.It claims to be music inspired by the aftermath of the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in WWII, and it delivers. Its centerpiece is the guitar work of Masato Kikui, which acts as the sometimes harrowing, sometimes peaceful voice through atmospheric, sound-scape accompanied tracks. The darkest and most powerful track, without a doubt is "White Light - 5000 degrees Centigrade - a Bomb Blast - Black Rain". How's that for a title? It's not all "Horrorshow" though. The album wraps up nicely with "Hope" a beautiful acoustic number coupled with some bright, dreamy, ambient synths. Overall, it's quite an experience. Pick this up if you like powerful alternative instrumental music.
-William Ferguson and the RadioIndy Reviewer Team