Georgia's quartet Kucoshka (drummer Hayden Wall, bassist Jack Thomson, guitarist Tony Casanave, and vocalist Nick Palmer) broke all the rules of contemporary
popular music when they recorded the demented rock bacchanal of RAD Tantrum (2016).
John Strothman introduced their deadly combination of
psychotic shouting and dissonant guitars, but also weds the
ferocious beastly soul of Captain Beefheart
and the vaudeville soul of Frank Zappa
(a marriage repeated by Christian Comer in a less deranged way).
Riki Kar contrasts surf-exotica guitar and hysterical vocals.
Laura Simon alternates fits of punk-rock and dissonant folk-rock.
This could be redneck rock if it weren't so intentionally deformed
Peaks of virulent insanity are reached with the spasmodic Josh Shapiro
and Christian Heyl, one of the many moments in which the singer
sounds like a tenor version of David Thomas.
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