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Boomkat Product Review:
A trio formed by Rachel Aggs, Rachel Horwood and Ros Murray in London last year, Trash Kit are a band who put a different slant on garage rock, incorporating African rhythms and percussion styles, and the odd stretch of South East Asian folk dance (well, they have a track called 'Filipino Boy') into their brand of no-wave, consequently bringing to mind The Slits. The band's sound is mercilessly dismantled, stripped down to an essence of punchy, very skeletal guitar and bass workouts, with a djembe-augmented drum kit and some colourful, implicitly jazzy use of sax and violin. The vocals are often sung as a group or are just plain wordless, demoted to a status no greater than any of the other instruments, something which only enhances and underlines the band's very rhythm-heavy sound on the likes of 'Pig Cat' and 'Gorey'.