Divorce by Divorce

1. Cunts In A Circle 03:01 – Like Today Is The Day played on the second stage with Hijo Kaiden.
2. Snob Value 05:22 – 5 minutes of intro for 5 seconds of music.
3. Aids Of Space 04:13 – Angry angsty noise rock.
4. Bill Murray 03:23 – Hammerhead meets PRE.
5. Pencils Giant Pencils 03:28 – Gratingly abrasive guitars in your face.
6. Coat Your Throat 02:29 – The slow ambient one.
7. Stabby (Stabby) Stab 05:37 – The saxophone track!  Favourite so far!
8. Dreglegs 05:13 – If you took all the bands mentioned above and slowed them down they would all sound like Cows.
9. Never Try Anything New At Least Once A Day 07:10 – A seven minute closer needs a big riff but it never arrives.

Score: 7

Worth listening further: Yeah

Musique Exotique #02 MLP by Exotica

1. Presion 01:04 – Woah!  Early BCT type world punk!  Ohlo Seco, Wretched etc
2. No 00:48  – Slight variations on punk rock but the riffs sound like magic
3. Ser Nada 01:34 – The slow one…
4. Is This A Life? 01:02 – Pummeling bass riff and then that guitar sound again!
5. Caminando 01:18 – Is that keyboard!?  Well, made me laugh!
6. Asco 01:00 – Suffers from being the same beat as the previous track – but the chorus!
7. The Hand That Feeds 01:49 – The second slow one….why not go faster rather than slower!?
8. It’s No Revolution 00:57 – Flex Your Head!  Variations on Nic Fit.
9. Mundo Nuevo 02:54 – It’s good that the songs are generally short, otherwise this would grow old quickly.  This is the epic closer….though it’s not that great.

Score: 8

Worth listening further: Yep

Split with ACxDC by Goolagoon

1. Home Sweet Pineapple 01:12 – intro, surf-core, big riff – what’s not to like!?
2. Doing Time 01:02 – It’s the 80s again – but only for 1 minute and 2 seconds.  Stikky worship!
3. Idiot Box 00:49 – Drummer is excellent.  Vocals range from great to generic.
4. The Bully 00:46 – One of the vocalists sounds like Nick Blinko.  This song is a ripper.
5. Book Attack (Scholastic Deth) 00:57 – That guitar solo is awesome and fantastically out of place.  Love it!

Score: 8

Worth listening further: Yep