If you want to look at OOIOO for its patterns, you'll find them both in the band's name and in their quirky loops of sound. It's a patchwork, but it's not a Grandma's quilt. It's more like OOIOO set out to make a blanket and ended up with a Juicemaster.É the manic experimentalism of the Boredoms seems to be boxing the avant-grrl relentlessness of Free Kitten. The catch is, neither wins - they just keep slugging away. . . [W]hat sounds like a spoon hitting different sized glasses . . . eventually gets lost behind crazy power chords and general babbling. . . [A] steady bass beat disintegrates beneath what sounds like a theremin being bludgeoned with a balpeen hammer, but then the beat comes back from out of nowhere. It gets even weirder...OOIOO give another face to the kitsch world of Japanese noise rock.