Dada-istic Belgian experimentalists Kaboom Karavan sound like some weird combination of free jazz, ambient techno, power electronics, post-rock drone, industrial noise, no wave and new age; really, it might not make any sense to classify them at all. Some people insist on calling them "free folk music," though most of their music is not like any other folk you've ever heard. Basically, the "group" comprises a guy named Bram Bosteels and apparently whoever else he chooses to surround himself with. Bram has also been known to work on joint projects with fellow Belgian found-sound composer Pepijn Caudron, who records under the moniker Kreng. Both acts operate far off the grid of any music that's ever been popular, at least on this planet.