Trope House

Urochromes - Trope House
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May 31, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
Wharf Cat Records / Label
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For a band who are named after the pigment that colors urine, this is modern punk at its most manic, brash and subverting any expectations at each turns.

Their first full length after a string of EP's and an anthology, their left-field take on punk pushes at its catchiest and unpretentious, kicking it off with Miliuex, an off kilter track with the drum machine moving out on a frantic beat matching with crackling guitar thrashing and proceeds to Rumshpringa, dropping the pace to a slower tempo ... read more
Worth a listen
In trope house urochromes modern punk sound continues to be authentic, aggressive and completely unique to itself. The album filled with spastic guitar, a rapid-fire drum machine and the rasp of lead singer Jackie Jackieboy is a brash exhibition on how not to conform to a traditional sound.
8.0 out of 10
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Added on: March 30, 2019