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Boomkat Product Review:
I’ve written far too much about the proliferation of post-punk/new-wave and it’s variants in the last few months/years and I really don’t want to gargle petrol and do it again, thankfully Montreal art-punk-post-whatever trio Les Georges Leningrad manage somehow to do their own thing, while simultaneously coming across as cool enough to get those Hoxton haircuts undulating. Taking cues from mentalist avant-pop synth God Felix Kubin the humble analogue synthesizer becomes the lead instrument, being backed up by guitar and drums at times and plonking some unwieldy vocals on top occasionally to give it commercial appeal. It doesn’t really sound exactly like anyone I can bring to mind, which is something to be proud of, but for some reason ‘Sangue Puro’ just seems to damn puerile. I can see they’re trying to experiment with Dadaism and the anti-art world of the surreal and the absurd, but it does get a little too knowingly zany at times. ‘Sangue Puro’ is apparently Italian for ‘Pure Blooded’ but there’s very little pure about Les Georges Leningrad. Bonkers.