Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Dead Kenny G's, Gorelick

The Dead Kenny G's, as their name implies, have always had a refreshing iconoclastic sense. The recent 17-minute EP Gorelick (Royal Potato Family 1120) (12-inch EP vinyl) takes it even further.

It's a joyously snide, brashly loud punk-rock-jazz set with some raunchy band vocals, Luttenbacher anarchy and a very sizable edge on it.

It covers a fair amount of ground from riff rockers to outright punkers, from thrasher skronk to free onslaughts with a beat.

I like it. You might also.

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