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Hailing from Brighton's excellent DIY/queer-punk scene this week are Y-chromosome-free sextet Slum Of Legs, who are rocking a rather unconventional sound. 'Begin To Dissolve' begins with a Geiger-counter-buzzy synth which is joined by some riot grrrl-ish singing and violin scraping that reminds me a bit of Jethro Tull, then there's a weird talky breakdown before then they descend into a panicked n ...

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Begin To Dissolve by Slum Of Legs
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8/10 Mike 13 August 2014

Hailing from Brighton's excellent DIY/queer-punk scene this week are Y-chromosome-free sextet Slum Of Legs, who are rocking a rather unconventional sound. 'Begin To Dissolve' begins with a Geiger-counter-buzzy synth which is joined by some riot grrrl-ish singing and violin scraping that reminds me a bit of Jethro Tull, then there's a weird talky breakdown before then they descend into a panicked noise-rock squall.

Overleaf is 'Razorblade the Tape' which is a sweet and jangly bit of indie pop weirded up by a gloopy synth squelching all over it. It's quite different from the multi-movement monster on the other side but is perfectly charming nonetheless. There's a lot more going on here than your average indie-rock single and the production is crisper and more expansive than you might expect from the DIY scene too. Cool 7".


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