The third of the four tracks Man 4 (available on bandcamp) is of less panic stricken nature than much of their material previous, though looses none of its brooding presence for the lack of it. The electronica tumbles from the ceiling prior to seeping in to the corners of the room.
My thanks to all the bands who create music as without you none of this website would be possible. Keep making the world a better place. As is always the nature of the New Year Ninety and Emerging Indie Bands, many of the bands featured no longer exist, though their legacy remains.
Since being introduced earlier this year Kill Your Boyfriend have released the LP The King Is Dead.
The last of the ten tracks – Rudolph is precisely of the style as brooding tempestuous bass is joined by even darker synths which spread their way around the room in menacing smears as the vocal half chants like a deranged stalker mumbling in the shadows.
As mentioned in their initial introduction when I had been given the opportunity to hear half of King Is Dead it sounded as though it was a ‘must’ – now the full album is around – it most certainly is an acquisition worth adding to the collection.