Discover Female Twosome Skating Polly
From the tantrum vocals to the crackling, red-zone distortion, this Skating Polly minimalist attack does not wanna make nice, and it’s something that has drawn kudos from elders such as Exene, Flaming Lips and Rodney Bingenheimer (natch!). Channeling ‘70s punk defiance, and often recalling Hole/Courtney Love in her mid-’90s glory, the prolific Oklahoma duo’s “Oddie Moore” and “Perfume For Now” are sharp slices of unfashionable, evergreen, in-your-face ‘90s punk, right down to the hard/soft dynamics. “Pretective Boy” shifts into a more pop friendly mode, delivering a catchy hook (and smooth vocal blends) that could actually lead to (gulp!) mainstream appeal while still maintaining a lo-fi edge.
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