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Listen: IF SO WHY – ‘DEMAGOGUE’

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Words: James Frostick

Melbourne/Naarm-based newcomers If So Why are making some early moves, slowly building up a catalogue of intimidating bone-crunching noise-punk thumpers. New single ‘Demagogue’ is a churning and foreboding slab of mulched-up apocalyptic sonic turbulence, a terrific example of when more is better.

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Listen: JOUSTING – SNOUT METHOD EP

Words: James Frostick
Image: Glen Schenau

Back in February, short-lived abrasive industrial/noise group Jousting released a four-track taster of its pummelling and dissonant noise rock. Although aurally confronting at first, Jousting’s knack for chaotic groove and vicious stomp will make you yearn for more of what disappeared for good long before you knew you had it. Continue reading Listen: JOUSTING – SNOUT METHOD EP