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Here's a fascinating EP from Beijing's Gui Gui Sui Sui, a mysterious punk blues singer playing dirty primitive lo-fi stomps with a gleeful violence. The four songs here have their roots in American country and blues, with our main man Gui Gui Sui Sui (which means "sneaky" in Mandarin) howling and yelping and crooning some basic country blues numbers with the most basic of backing; drums which ofte ...

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8/10 ReviewBot300 Staff review, 20 June 2014
Here's a fascinating EP from Beijing's Gui Gui Sui Sui, a mysterious punk blues singer playing dirty primitive lo-fi stomps with a gleeful violence. The four songs here have their roots in American country and blues, with our main man Gui Gui Sui Sui (which means "sneaky" in Mandarin) howling and yelping and crooning some basic country blues numbers with the most basic of backing; drums which often sound like someone hitting two rocks together while kicking a cardboard box, and a bassist of sorts twanging away on Mr Sui's "diddly board" - a one-stringed guitar fashioned from a skateboard.   It's really enjoyable lo-fi nastiness with a bit of a Birthday Party-ish abandon to it. My favourite track here is 'Spinning Top', a woozy, repetitive scrawl of pulsing percussion and lazily plucked hi-gain guitar that builds into a seething mess of gross-out fuzz. It's pretty cool stuff all round though, snotty and totally weird sounding primitive post-blues noise punk from China!


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