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Thursday, March 4, 2010

Track of the Day: Ezeetiger (Comes With a NSFW Video)

Posted By on Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 8:31 AM

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​Hunter's Point mayhem-maker Ezeetiger releases music the way that dust storms release dirt particles. His songs attack in massive clouds of jumbled guitar, driving drums, and distorted howls moving towards you at gale force. But there's a powerful rhythmic center nestled in there, one that's commanding enough to pull noise rock fans into its orbit.

The latest bit of Ezeetiger's uneasy listening is "Real Crush" (hear it here) a no-fi jammer that blasts off in typical one-man-band and everything-at-once chaos. The instruments are all piled on top of one another in a tenuous heap, main man Anthony Petrovic barely holding it together as he releases you into this demented single. It's a deliriously fun song, with a video that skews things even more towards the oddball side of things. The NSFW clip shows a naked dude (who kinda reminds me of those naked guys you see in kinky pens that undress people when you turn them upside down) awkwardly animated in front of a tropical bar. It make no sense at all, but then neither does the song. You've just gotta let yourself get carried up in its manic energy and go with that. 

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