Fat White Family
Time Out says
The unhinged output of Fat White Family suggests twangy garage rock filtered through the ickiness of Birthday Party–style postpunk. Much like the album cover of the U.K. band's buzzy 2013 LP, Champagne Holocaust, depicting an emaciated pig-man flaunting an erection and holding a bloody hammer and sickle, the band is the kind of oddity you can't turn away from, despite all sensible instincts. It plays from the carnal, sinister new followup Songs for Our Mothers.