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FASHION CHANGE & HOLOGRAM ‘Hologram & Fashion Change LIVE IN DC’

Jul 19, 2022 | Punk, Reviews

An unadulterated frenzy of hardcore

The squall of noise emitting from the Slash Run in Washington DC must have been a challenge on the night this set was recorded. The lo-fi barrage of distortion is tough to navigate in anyone’s mind. Take your time. This unwieldy beast will need a moment to reveal its rich underbelly of delights. After all, a live representation of the debris of rock ‘n’ roll, recycled and churned back at us with industrial heft, is a glory in itself. However, shadowy figures are lurking in the sludge, who’ll reveal themselves with patience, as the club vibrates to this unadulterated frenzy of hardcore.

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