Female trio from Montreal: Bongwater, Sonic Youth are important reference points to this dissonant off key noise rock featuring female vocals with a spoken word delivery. The latter because a standard guitar chord is never used, opting for detuned washes of no wave dissonance. The music smacks of SY’s earlier more abrasive works before they concerned themselves with moving units for David Geffen. Vocls bring to mind the smart delivery of Ann Magnuson more than Kim Gordons mental microphone meltdowns. Good noisey loud goodness.
1) (2:08) noise off tuned guitar, then jam explodes and vocs appear spoken word 2) (2:00) fat dissonant guitar rock, SY flowing strong. 3)* (4:13) dark gutteral tribal 4) (2:14) slow swaying dark. 5)* (3:20) upbeat strummy with a great tom tom surf smell beat, “got a radio”(!) 6) (2:31) a bit angsty, false ending in middle very strange 7)* (5:48) grungy sludgey start, Kim Gordon vocs come to mind in slow delivery, builds really nicely into loudness 8) (3:00) almost thrashy, intense drivin hard 9) (1:42) sludgey 10) 1:01) loud and drivin, play with next 11)* (5:30) long noise drenched guitar feedback symposium until last 90 secs where an slnost pleasant sonic youthy feel appears with appearance of band.