Britches is a band that encapsulates no wave’s voice in rebellion and rejection but presents the darker sounds of post punk’s aggression. The new album, “Demolition”, plays tried and true to Britches taste of music with heavy and voluminous amounts of harsh tones and relentless fervor for experimental rock. The five tracks exhibit tempestuous amounts of distortions, reverb and low frequencies – consistently heavy on the bass and maintaining the trashy sounds that the idea of rock and roll regularly asks for. Given the musicality of this album, the songs flow seamlessly into one another. Even with how disparate the tracks are, they are a fluid motion of angst, that patterns and perpetuates the drawn out discordant buzz. It’s a total head-banger and a creative venture into the dark sides of sound.

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