Reality Asylum & Wardance Presents Crass Records' Andy T

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ANDY T: "Andy’s harsh Northern accent frames the topics like no other could, and you hear genuine, heartfelt fury and bitter disappointment in the way he spits questions to those he rails against... The band are a solid, group who’s bass-heavy, new-wavey, post-punkish sounds accentuate Andy T’s invective, giving it added depth while making it easier to hear. The result ends up sounding like early Culture Shock or a slower Ian Dury, with elements of The Stranglers and Joy Division." (Natalie Dzerins, Louder Than War)

MYDOLLS: "Mydolls aren’t the lilly-livered , skinny tied denizens of New Wave pop that Jello Biafra railed against in the Dead Kennedys’ Urgh! outing. Stylistically, you could say they’re among the first of the post-punk bands, tapping into many of the same underground currents as contemporaries like The B-52s (“Nova Grows Up”), Joy Division (“Parallel”) and Wire (“The/rapist”)." (Houston Press)

FUTURE BLONDES: "The perfect way to spark up a conversation with your unemployed cousin who used to run the Skinny Puppy fan club." (yellowgreenred.com)

CHEST PAIN: "They've chucked the blood-pumping elements of hardcore, grind, powerviolence, fastcore, and all those other meaningless nomenclatures into the proverbial blender. From the blender, the spiraling mess of elements are agitated over a hot flame and, through some form of reverse osmosis, purified into a pissed-off medley comprised of everything exhilarating about extreme punk music. They then poured all of that dark, oozy goodness into a circular disk for our listening pleasure. The drums somehow speed up and slow down at head-spinning rates while the buffet of brief attacks constantly juke, avoiding all tedium." (Razorcake)
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