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I found out about this band when I was researching what happened to the noisecore band Shamelady. Prize Country isn’t the same Playing Enemy influenced noisiness, but more of a post-hardcore outfit, but like Hot Water Music/Quicksand post-hardcore, not that Saosin/Circa Survive/Chiodos post-hardcore.
Big boys playing big tunes.
Live, circa 1986, bringing their chorused-out, grinding noise to one of the more under-appreciated tracks from Can’s early-seventies Tago Mago… 32 more words
In the way that groups like The Bad Plus, GoGo Penguin and EST reimagined the piano trio as a way of creating a mongrel breed of jazz, rock and electronica in a much more in-in-your-face style than many jazz audiences were used to, Robocobra Quartet re-imagines the horn led quartet as a strange brooding, post-punk beast that takes as many queues from post-hardcore groups like… 549 more words