Ruiners "Cassette Store Day" In Store Performance

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Cactus Music says
The Ruiners, lo-fi indie three-piece with punk aesthetics plays the kind of music that I feel like we’ve been lacking. They’re almost like a nice fill-in-the-gap band that makes acquaintances between the likes of Protomartyr and traditional punk. On their latest album, 2016’s Wasted Years, they take a mixture of varying sounds to craft something that really no one else is seeming to do while keeping the hooks and head bopping moments at an all-time high.

There are so many elements to this band that it’s honestly lazy to compare them to anyone else. The truth is that when you love this type of music, you’re bound to hear pieces from multiple sources while you enjoy the overall sound. If you listen to Ruiners once, you’ll probably fall for their sound. While this release contains only four songs, the amount of weight within goes further than the eleven minutes that these tracks make up. Though they haven’t reinvented the wheel here, Ruiners fill in the spots between traditional punk and new wave punk without stealing from either and creating their own sound in the process
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By: Cactus Music

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