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Boomkat Product Review:
After spending half a decade messing around (and at some stage releasing an EP on Tigerbeat6), Californian experimenters Clipd Beaks have at last gone and made themselves a debut album. The band's music is fairly difficult to classify, but their sprawling garage rock clatter has a certain amount in common with Religious Knives, although this quartet take more direct pointers from punk, hardcore and metal tendencies. The band's aggressive noise jams occasionally relent long enough for you to glimpse at a greater level of depth, lurking below the surface: you'll encounter some deliciously grimy synthscapes bolstering many of these compositions (if that's a valid term here) and even a bit of acoustic space rock in the shape of 'Let It Win', but at the core of all the band's creative success is their rhythm section (bassist Scott Ecklein and drummer Ray Benjamin whose ability to nail down muscular new wave funk defines the record.