What is released on the Hausu Mountain label is something like the pan-galactic thunder gargle of music: the description alone makes you drunk. But all the more so Angel Marcloid’s project Fire-Toolz. After already two albums for the label, »Rainbow Bridge« is the next album of the highly active producer for the no less productive label and brings together pretty much everything that even Hausu Mountain’s universe still exists somewhat separately from each other: Slick vaporwave aesthetics, which refers to smooth jazz as well as archaic video game soundtracks, meets harsh screeching, which in contrast to rich synth textures makes you think of cybergrind icons like Cutting Pink With Knives, which are joined by prog structures and pop moments that rub against each other as if someone had thrown the genesis of the Peter Gabriel era into the mixer with the solo work of Phil Collins and then commissioned a technical death metal band to patch it all up again. In between: ambient, trip-hop, badalementi chords and dragonforce pathos. Fire-Toolz makes, in a word, pretty indescribable music, which still makes you kind of drunk. »Rainbow Bridge« is just one piece of a puzzle in a complete work, which is growing at a rapid pace. But for sure it also represents a milestone in Marcloid’s discography and even the extensive back catalogue of Hausu Mountain: Weirder, more wonderful music has never been heard in either of them before. Never listen to more than two Fire Toolz albums. Unless you are a 30-ton elephant with bronchial asthma.