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Girls In Synthesis
Arterial Movements

Taking their cues from post punk and DIY punk of the early ‘80s, UK three-piece Girls In Synthesis make a tremendous din.  On Arterial Movements EP, it comes in the form of thumping drums, propulsive bass, frenzied vocals and shards of electric guitars. All of this is propped up against a wall of electronic noise. 
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Girls In Synthesis
Pre/Post: A Collection 2016-2018

Here is where Girls In Synthesis compile their earlier three EPs so you don't have to pay large prices on discogs.  For the uninitiated, the band play a large DIY punk racket inspired by such luminaries as Wire, Crass and the Fall without particularly sounding like any of them. Sonically adventurous, theirs is a primal, primitive noise perfect for troubled times. 

Girls In Synthesis
Fan The Flames E.P

Third of three EPs released by Girls in Synthesis on Black Editions. The intensity of their sound remains the same, with each element; the drums, the guitars, the vocals, egging each other on as much as possible. On Fan the Flames they've left some space for improvised poetry, which helps to focus their energies.
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Girls In Synthesis
We Might Not Make Tomorrow E.P

A handsome bunch, these Girls In Synthesis. One of them looks like Joe Strummer, another has a Debbie Harry thing going on, and the final member resembles Guy Garvey. When you get to their music, however, there’s very little in common with any of the aforementioned, although if you’re pushing the analogy bits of We Might Not Make Tomorrow have the faintest whiff of The Clash about them. More to the point, the four tracks here are a thrilling mix of doomy post-punk, noise rock and power electronics.
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Girls In Synthesis
Suburban Hell EP

Total Lahndahn Brit-punk filth from clearly irate trio Girls in Synthesis, offering a four-track 7” with goodies, plus a dub remix version for download. Brilliant production focuses on a great deal of noise, while vocals retain a more traditional punk bark. The chorus hook on the title track as well as the bass riff leading the final song ‘Solid Effect’ are where this stuff really shines.
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