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Boomkat Product Review:
**Numbered edition of 250 housed in screen-printed jacket** "On Borsch, originally released as a C90 before Earle's tape deck broke (or is it after he got a new one?), Brisbane’s premier Motley Crue-band name derived outfit deliver their first vinyl offering. Matt is backed here by Adam Park on bass and Rohan Holiday on guitar, both of whom have also been in a million incestuous bands heading this beyond-primitive wing of current OZ Out-Rock. Under the Girl's handle they present some fairly dark, dwindling stuff, and throughout the four instrumental tracks I'm routinely picturing the backing band of Distorted Levels jammin' in a dingy warehouse on the outskirts of the same sunless Michigan town the Index once called home (specifically the last jaw-dropping title track on here), with the fidelity and attitude similar to a grip of weathered Swell Maps demos. Lofty praise I know, but they earned it. Like pops always said: "They's all the same from the waist down." But what about when they don't even got no legs to fall down the stairs with? - Put The Music In It's Coffin Blog"