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Boomkat Product Review:
Another absolutely blinding Kill Rock Stars release, this comes from all-girl three piece Erase Errata and is the band's third and possibly finest full length! Erase Errata have always been a shining hope in the mucky world of riotous post-punk/no-wave and this record is where they finally live up to the expectation lavished upon them. Frontwoman Jenny Hoyston has now moved onto guitar replacing Sara Jaffe, and does a great job of impersonating Thurston Moore's guitar wrangling circa 1987 while retaining the vocal velvet of Kim Gordon at her most inviting. As you may have guessed I'm quite taken by this band, as I tend to be with many shouty girl acts from America at the moment, but the thing which sets Erase Errata out on their own and in a different league from the competition is the sheer catchiness of the songs. In a different world this would be pop music, Erase Errata would be catching the awards in place of Franz Ferdinand and the Kaiser Chiefs, heck they've certainly got the ammunition. There are echoes of riot grrrl across the album's 12 typically short bursts of electricity, but this never threatens to get in the way of 'good songs' as it does with many angry bands with old guitars and shredded vocal chords. Instead we have tracks like 'Hotel Suicide' which offsets a haunting horn line with discordant guitar abuse before bounding into a lively no-wave anthem worthy of fitting alongside the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and giving them a run for their money any day. If you're looking for grit, attitude and most importantly great punk songs, then here it is - give Erase Errata the break they need.