Dubby, female-fronted post-punk. Simple, minimal, diy attitude. Songs are bass-fronted and generally pretty danceable. Some have called this a hybrid between afro-pop and new wave. While I don't necessarily agree, I would definitely give this a listen (after all it's only 12 minutes long!). Think of the Slits, and Liliput, as well as a less technical version of A Certain Ratio. They also remind me a bit of Electrelane. Recommended.
Picks: 1,5,6 *** No FCCs ***
*1. nice bass rhythm, twangy reggae guitar, art-punk lyrics
2. pretty much like #1, with a bit of xylophone at the end
3. more afro-beat rhythm...
4. strange vocal delivery, kind of crazy
*5. more new-wavy, twangy spy-rock guitar, sinister vocals
*6. punkier, assertive vocals, nice use of xylophone