Friday, July 29, 2016

Smut – Conveniently Broken (2015)




  • Alternative rock 
  • Indie rock 
  • Shitgaze 
  • Noise rock 
  • Cover 
  • Lo-fi 
  • Psych-rock 
  • Garage rock


Comment: Smut is a combo/trio from Miami, Florida, The United States Of America, whose sound is fraught with pointed guitar noises, diffuse drumming and husky female-led vocals yet preserving a welcome laid-back attitude during this 14-minute session. Stylistically it comes out of the tradition of the so-called shitgaze genre, which powerfully appeared approximately 10 years ago. However, it is a logical point in the tradition of noise and garage rock. One song from a bunch of 5 compositions is By Tomorrow being a cover of the cult compatriots Black Tambourine. I like the trio’s attitude of being no hurry to reach one end point followed by another. Just relax and keep up going in that pace. Ultimately the issue sounds like a long, integrated track altogether. The issue is a follow-up to Matter That Soils or Blackens (2014).         
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