Mashing up energetic synth-pop, speaker-rattling hip-hop, hyper-abbrasive industrial noise and myriad of niche electronic genres, 100 gecs makes music for a generation with at least 50 browser tabs open and a short attention span. The ten tracks the make up Dylan Brady and Laura Les's 23-minute debut album, 1000 gecs, are constantly shifting compositions that demonstrate a reverence for contemporary pop and a total disregard for veering into sonic territory that is the antithesis of mainstream. At once bouyant, enthusiastic, satirical and uncomfortable, 100 gecs stuffs a ton of flavors in a hyperspeed blender and spits out something that you can flail your body to. Stopping through Chicago on the 10,000 gecs tour, the duo plays an early and late show—fingers crossed for some fresh gecs tracks.
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