Reviews:: Bad Tits Garbage Night

Bad Tits have a lot going for them; a great label that lets them record whatever music they want, a pedigree of awesomeness and probably most importantly to herohill, a love for The Warriors. Considering their roots and constant evolution, it’s not surprising that Josh Reichmann and Sebastien Grainger found each other, but this incarnation seems to be perfect for a return to form for both.

 

Garbage Night is a tangential mix of noise and pop that finds Josh and Sebastien running with whatever ideas come to mind. Considering the spontaneous nature in which the songs were written and recorded, the free feel of the songs isn’t overly surprising and ultimately the potential these 6-songs show is as exciting as the end result.

 

The patient deconstruction of the poppy “Consider Yourself Crazy” into noise laden guitar is fantastic and flows perfectly into the pulsating/spazzy “Reincarnate Yourself” but somehow doesn’t feel about of place compared to the synth sheen of “Bankok Nights” or the infectious “No Skin”. Basically, Bad Tits has shown they can handle different tempos, energies and styles and the snippets of proggy punk and synth pop that weave in and out of each other are a tasty morsel of flavor that will satisfy us until the main course (a full length LP) arrives.

 

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MP3:: Bad Tits - Bankok Hilton
WEB:: http://www.myspace.com/badtits

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Herohill » Blog Archive » Video Hits:: Bad Tits, The Pack A.D., The Sheepdogs September 17th, 2010 at 8:12 am

[...] project from Toronto duo Sebastien Grainger and Josh Reichmann. The Ack discussed their debut EP, Garbage Night a little while ago, and it’s interesting stuff to be sure. They’ve since released a [...]

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