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Guerilla Toss
What Would The Odd Do?

What Would The Odd Do? by Guerilla Toss is a cosmic cacophony of rock, funk and dance that takes its cues from Todd Rundgren, Deerhoof and King Crimson. The album has been made on the other side of band leader Kassie Carlson's recovery from addiction which also included open heart surgery. Looking at life with a fresh perspective meant a move to New York and a new album made with a renewed vigour. 
  • Vinyl LP (NNA121LE)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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Gay Disco

Imagine a band called Guerilla Toss who have released on the likes of Tzadik and Digitalis. Yup that’s what they sound like. Gay Disco is a chaotic, skronk-jazz, surrealist attack from all angles. It’s joyously angular and bubbling over with hyperactive energy. Loud, raw and unpredictable - for fans of not knowing what the hell is going on. Out on vinyl LP from NNA Tapes.

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Twisted Crystal

Weeee’re not gonna take it! No, we ain’t gonna take it! We’re not gonna take it! Any… ... Whoops, might have misread the title of this one. Twisted CRYSTAL is Boston disco-rockers Guerilla Toss’s third LP for DFA, and the group really seem to have grown into the label’s sound now. Cuts like ‘Meteorological’ are spunky dance-punk joints equal parts The Rapture and Laurie Anderson.

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Flood Dosed

Originally released in 2015 on cassette and digital formats only, now DFA revisit Flood Dosed for a vinyl edition with a bonus track for extra spice. Noisy art rock performed with feverish aplomb, fragmented glitched out guitar licks and synth bloops create a schizophrenic kraut groove with a Sonic Youth tonal disregard.
  • Artist(s):
  • Guerilla Toss
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  • DFA

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GT Ultra

Guerilla Toss set a psychedelic tone immediately and very clearly with the artwork for GT Ultra, by housing the album in a sleeve of vintage acid blotter designs. Heavy. The music is pretty lysergic too, cramming in slightly too many elements into the busy, energetic mix of their songs, in a pleasingly wild way. Get heady with GT Ultra, released by DFA.
  • Artist(s):
  • Guerilla Toss
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  • DFA

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Eraser Stargazer

Eraser Stargazer is the new album by Boston five-piece Guerilla Toss. It follows on from their 2104 debut album Gay Disco and their 2015 EP Flood Dosed which won the band praise from the likes of Henry Rollins and Busy P of Ed Banger Records. The band describe their chaotic sound as New Age Rage, celebrating positivity and aberrant spiritualism through ferocious yet cerebral and danceable rock music.

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Smack the Brick

Guerilla Toss are an exciting bundle of fun, doggedly repetitive, somewhat abrasive, and always propulsive instrumentally. The whole thing is whipped up to terminal velocity by Kassie Carlson’s yelped vocalisations. Smack The Brick is what this band want you to do, and you’d probably do it for them. Thrilling stuff on Feeding Tube Records.

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367 Equalizer

Keep it livid. Keep it dense yeah? This is some colossal post-funk-proto-riot-noise-dance from Guerilla Toss. 367 Equalizer is brilliant and rubbish all at once - it's well meta. You can dance to it and not really understand in what way you're dancing to it etc. Out on vinyl LP from Feeding Tube Records. Totally fucking futile.

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