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Boomkat Product Review:
Possessing all the grace of a drunk and guitar-slung Schoenberg, Stunt Rock (aka William Flegal) is an unhealthy blast of sample-heavy breakcore(ish) that seems to have a serious bone to pick. Opening with 'Innocence', Flegal ruts Western samples into a beatbox bluster, whilst over the top you're berated ala Cassette Boy with the karma "I f*cking hate this music", before we're merged seamlessly into the Aesop Rock beat and punk rock squall of 'Spite'. Messy to the max, the likes of 'Failure' (an electro Metallica), 'Shame' (Jason Forest in Looney Tunes) and the mucky sex-samples of 'Loneliness', are all shot through my a seething distaste for societies excesses and perceived shortcomings; a stance that begins to take on a haranguing nature by close of play. Uneasy listening.