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This is ace! I've not come across Thee Tsunamis before, and the weed-headed ghoul on the sleeve of this record originally made me think it might be Thee Cormans-related, but this trio are all ladies so I'm pretty sure I was wrong on that count. There are traces of Thee Cormans' garagey surf-swamp dirge here but with an exuberant gang-vocalled pop aesthetic that reminds me of classic Group Sounds-e ...

7" £6.49 MS0337

7" on Magnetic South Recordings.

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10/10 Mike Staff review, 17 July 2014
This is ace! I've not come across Thee Tsunamis before, and the weed-headed ghoul on the sleeve of this record originally made me think it might be Thee Cormans-related, but this trio are all ladies so I'm pretty sure I was wrong on that count. There are traces of Thee Cormans' garagey surf-swamp dirge here but with an exuberant gang-vocalled pop aesthetic that reminds me of classic Group Sounds-era Japanese guitar pop, and a greasy punk swagger that's part Cramps, part Joan Jett.   All four songs on here are really excellent, the lead singer reminds me of Poly Styrene, the subtle but brash guitar work reminds me of Poison Ivy and the dirty garage pop tones sound like this should be on In The Red. Closer 'Psycho' is particularly fun, going from a Misfits-ish ghoul-pop clatter with hollered call-and-response vocals through some tangy, almost Terauchi-esque guitar, waiting for the final moments of the song to bust out a riotous bubblegum chorus which'll be stuck in your head for weeks. I'm left wanting more, I hope there's an album in the works. Full marks.

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