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THE EJECTIONS Sick Of Being Critics

CITY DWELLER / PLAIDS

Split

Its its gruff,

Punk, Rock, it’s

just

its also

slightly

shorter than my attention

span

so I can make it through the entire thing easy as pie! If you like your punk fast, not particularly bothered that production may or may have happened during its inception and

This

is

fun. before the last note of City Dweller’s tunes half has had time to ring out with a courtesy of more refined, melodic approach, Three

London indie

based without losing any of the urgency. punx The vocal lines in particular are

City Dweller, great, at times resembling an (even and two pop-punk bangers from more) unhinged David Byrne. Nottingham’s finest, Plaids. City Plaids show a whole lot of promise, Dweller are the noisier of the two, perfectly marrying riotous popcoming on like a super sped- punk with indie sensibilities. Top

the songs being about political

up Archers of Loaf, drenched in stuff, again. screechy feedback and angular

leanings (maybe) and songs about

guitar lines. ‘Repeat After Me’ is a

drugs and stuff it’ll be right up your

catchy jaunt that channels both the

alley. It’s nothing to take seriously

rhythmic qualities of Fugazi along

and its upbeat enough to be able to

with the delightfully ramshackle

listen to happily without wondered

songwriting of bands like Pavement

what they’re trying to say, fantastic!

and Guided By Voices. Top Stuff. Plaids don’t fuck about with their side of the split. ‘Five’ kicks in even

Self Released / Jon Andrews

Self Released

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