Music Reviews

Sonny Vincent

Resistor b/w Afterburner

NDN

Guitar-overdrive-mayhem garage-rock experimentation. Brings to mind “Death Valley ‘69”-era Sonic Youth, but without so much Sonic Youth. Like, maybe in the same arena as Rudolph Grey, but there’s a angry voice through the mix making me think of some hot-rod punks out for the night. It’s very grease-stained, but also carrying something fuzzed and swirled through the noise. A darker version of Thee Hypnotics, a lighter shade of noise. It’s full-blown revolution Detroit distorted style on the other side of the single, and it drives, drives… drives.

NDN, P.O. Box 131471, The Woodlands, TX 77393


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