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Boomkat Product Review:
Detroit rockers Tyvek make their In The Red debut with this insanely rowdy and dazzlingly succinct collection of punk-rock missives. Apparently Tyvek have been known to manifest themselves as a five-piece, but this sophomore album from the band marks a streamlining of their sound, reducing their number to a trio and in so doing reshaping their sound into a traditional DIY garage format. There's no beating around the bush here, and the band are underway with a Ramones-gone-wrong intro of "Four, Three, One Two!" on the opening cut (titled '4312', funnily enough) and clearly Nothing Fits is the handiwork of a band that's on top of its game. The majority of songs (with such titles as 'Pricks In A Car' and 'Potato') clock in at under two minutes, and even the comparatively progged up (well, not at all really) five-minuter 'Outer Limits' belts out a mercilessly simple two-chord riff for most of the time - it really works too, throwing in atavistic vocal howls, and then swirling, sci-fi scaping synths for the outro.