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Boomkat Product Review:
Austrialian scumbats UV Race turn up on LA's pillar of garage rock, In The Red Records with the malevolent pop stomp of 'Racism'. At times there's an almost NDW-like melodic straightness at play, but you just know there's something sly at play behind those zipped-up synthliens and soon enough there's a blast of feedback and they're shouting about acid and churning up some hard-assed heavy rock groove. "God is saying this to you: Racism is the third album by Australia’s most genius avant-tards The UV Race, dragging melodious pop songs through a devolved, malodorous glam-punk aesthetic. It continues the stylistic jump from their self-titled debut to sophomore full-length Homo, further exploring the possibilities of the first wave of punk, incorporating orchestral arrangements and gutter-glitter psych stomp, like if Vom tried to write their own Forever Changes; like if the Electric Eels backed up Bolan or if The Fall put out a record on Crass Records. There are tuneful lamentations of heartbreak and loss alongside very debased, toilet-humor punk licks; Lovecraftian psych-cult morbidity at one moment and rousing anti-anthems against self denial the next."