2004 album from Japan's category splitting OOIOO (pronounced oh-oh-eye-oh-oh) and their first for Thrill Jockey. OOIOO features Yoshimi, one of the most interesting avant-rock artists making music today. OOIOO has always been the best outlet from Yoshimi to articulate her unique talents, and the swirling, dreamy tunes of Kila Kila Kila are the most skilled showcase of her vision as an artists to date. Kila Kila Kila is a perfect combination of the chaotic poppy grooves for which Yoshimi is known, and the psychedelic freak-outs of the Boredoms. Kila Kila Kila is the perfect antidote to the legions of watered-down drone pop, and a natural heater for an otherwise cold winter. Thrill Jockey.
"KILA KILA KILA contains plenty of smart rhythmic trickery, mid-song hijackings and amorphous instrumental shifts..." -- Magnet (2/04, p.104)