The stylistic schiphrenia of
Los Angeles' Mae Shi encompassed both
spastic funk-punk and
synth-driven new-wave eccentricity.
The EP To Hit Armor Class Zero (2003), running the gamut from catchy
refrains to danceable rhythms to the 51-minute electronic
pastiche of To Hit Armor Class Zero II, was the ideological manifesto
of musicians that did not want to have an artistic manifesto.
Terrorbird (2004), a rapid-fire catherine wheel of 33 fragments of music,
was a multi-faceted experience that rarely coalesced.
The EP Heartbeeps (2005) and
HLLLYH (2008), the first album with new vocalist Jonathan Gray
were surprisingly better organized with almost normal songs.
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