New two-song cassingle from this Canadian hardcore band with a lot of cassette releases under their belt. While they started out as a fairly standard retro USHC band, they've continued to push the boundaries and sound different on every release. On this one "nasty and noisy" is the approach, with tons of reverb on everything and a really wild and loose sound. The Devo influence I heard on their previous release isn't as prominent, but this is still raw and nasty music for weirdos... sort of like a combination of Flipper and Void if they had also been aware of modern noise-punk. Short, but really cool.