Blessed, Bad Misters, Melters At Poor Boys

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Blessed (Vancouver, Canada) -

"The new EP finds the group exploring territory akin to Television, Wire, Deerhoof, and Liars. Experimenting with the additions of programmed drums, synthesizers, and no limits on how short or long a song could be. Blessed has crafted a four song EP that clocks in at 26 minutes spanning an even vaster sonic landscape than their previous EP. Frantic yet calculated, wiry yet groove oriented, the group are expanding the definition of what a young rock band can sound like and still maintain it's core sound.

"post-punk blown out to a prog-rock scope. Each hard-hitting, rhythmically heavy segment is topped off by jagged guitar lines"

Blessed’s sound is weird, noisy and harsh, drawing from surf, rock and post-punk in equal measure. It's if Radiohead decided to go back to playing guitars and singing actual words with a Siouxsie and the Banshees twist.
- Noisey"

Bad Misters -

"Bad Misters are a few very good friends who practice in an old shitty house and if someone plays something we think is cool we make a song out of it."

Melters -

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