Album Review

Godspunk Volume Sixteen [coll] – [Pumf Records]

Louie Caliente   6/26/2016   A Library, CD

Compilation of nine British bands, each of them sharing in the cost of CD production and distribution. The result is a variety of interesting sounds, ranging from straight-ahead punk to far-out psychedelic electronics.

Howl in the Typewriter: Playful experimental wanker-pop. Each track sounds different. Mellow psych/punk to drippy-droney and orchestral pieces. Final track samples Hanson.

UNIT: Melodic Brit-pop with a modern electronic feel. Slightly creepy.

Spam Javelin: Hardcore punk rock with aggressive guitar riffs and pounding bass.

Nil by Nose: Underwater bloops and dubby beats.

The Large Veiny Members: Retro synth-heavy electronic experimentation.

Catholic Overspill Blame dJohn: Bizarre mix of synth, acoustic guitar, and maracas.

seven eyes: Strange droney blips+buzzes played forwards and backwards.

Higgens++: Britpunk.

Tirikilatops: Crunchy beats and melodic bloops. Gah-gah-Goo-goo vocals mixed with Japanese exercise soundtrack? Great!

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