Nothing People continue to traverse the wormhole of sci-fi punk that stems from Chrome through the Twinkeyz and into 2045. Their first album brought the harsh side of weird and then the tempers mellowed a bit for Late Night, but fear not the jagged edge of Orland, CA returns again to gut carcass of punk. Signaling the saucer with a squelch of static that only seems innocent to untrained ears, Nothing People twist the wires and tap into the high density vibes of radiating unease. They become anxiety and then turn it on its head into jittery celebration. Soft Crash is definitely the band at their best and in such short succession from their debut a few years prior. On the inimitable S-S records, which should act as a beacon of necessity in itself.
[MP3] Nothing People - Marilyn's Grave
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