Saturday, October 03, 2009

Kill It Kid to die for


BATH based band Kill It Kid's music is less a sound clash, more a full-on war.
The main protagonists here are blues and folk, but elements of ragtime, indie, country and soul also grapple for the upper hand throughout the group's eponymous debut album.
This eclectic hectic mix leads to a glut of victories - such as the rampant blues explosion Burst Its Banks - and inevitable defeats - such as the uninspiring country plod Private Idaho.
But bold, empassioned and slightly unhinged, Kill It Kid is an invigorating listen.

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