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1 review »Iceage are a bunch of hip punk rock youngsters (average age 17) from Denmark who spend their time conjuring up new shapes and sounds from the remnants of '80s hardcore and post-punk scene. Clearly wise and inventive beyond their years, these young bovva boys spit out short, spiky melodic punk rock in the vein of The Clash and Siouxie And The Banshees. Primarily this is done with the tra ... »

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New Brigade by Iceage
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 02 September 2011

Iceage are a bunch of hip punk rock youngsters (average age 17) from Denmark who spend their time conjuring up new shapes and sounds from the remnants of '80s hardcore and post-punk scene. Clearly wise and inventive beyond their years, these young bovva boys spit out short, spiky melodic punk rock in the vein of The Clash and Siouxie And The Banshees. Primarily this is done with the traditional punk rock line-up of drums, guitar, bass and vocals but occasionally a synth makes an appearance and changes up the dynamic, especially on the slightly misleading post punk effort entitled 'Intro'. Elsewhere things are fairly straightforward with rolling toms and sharp guitars reinventing the early sound of The Cure and Gang Of Four simultaneously. The more I listen to this the more I like so I'm gonna conclude by saying that it's a definite grower and a truly inspired bit of business from the yooth! If you loved 80's punk rock and its many evolutionary strands then you'll be impressed by this reinterpretation of classic sounds.




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