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BRUTE SPRING ‘The Perilous Transformations Of Kid Spit’

Feb 2, 2022 | Punk, Reviews

Exhilarating, electro punk outta Buffalo, New York

Can a synth really sound like it smokes 40 Marlboros a day? We have found some evidence it can. Brute Spring’s The Perilous Transformations Of Kid Spit may be ‘wholly or predominantly characterised by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats’, but this isn’t your next rave buddy, or the pastoral kosmische of Harmonia: it’s a wayward punk wanting to tutor you in the darker side of his motorik ways, driving you off in a nicked car with crud coated wheels. Exhilarating, electro punk outta Buffalo, New York.

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