Enigmatic, daring and complex but full of hooks - the Edinburgh trio’s lo-fi, hip hop-infused avant pop remains an indomitable and unsettling force.
Still refusing to conform to any recognisable set of musical rules, they sound as exhilaratingly “out there” on their 3rd album as they did on those inventive early EPs. It’s a record that makes you feel like you’re constantly teetering on the edge - stark, aggressive and brutal – but always shimmering with light. The layered drones, tribal percussion, deformed drum machines, vocal harmonies and cacophonous choir, form the heartbeat to many of the songs. Conjuring a fusion between the claustrophobic anxiety of Massive Attack’s ‘Mezzanine’ and the galvanizing force of Algiers’ industrial gospel……or the greatest r’n’b afrobeat dance party that TV On The Radio and Fela Kuti dreamt up……or a post-apocalyptic warehouse rave - this is the future of pop!
“Bursts with the weird warmth of an ice burn, a sizzling stew of Trickycovers-The-Fall garage rap” - The Guardian.
“typically unvarnished – there’s a homely primitivism here, perpetually teetering on all-out cacophony – ‘cocoa sugar’ is an audacious high-wire act which captures them at a potent peak” 4/5 – mojo.
- See How
- Fee Fi
- In My View
- Border Girl
- Holy Ghost
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