Masu Dore (or Mass of The Fermenting Dregs), an
all-female Japanese garage-pop trio fronted by vocalist and bassist Natsuko Miyamoto and with guitarist Chiemi Ishimoto, released the
EP Mass of the Fermenting Dregs (Avocado, 2008) that contains
the pounding boogie frenzy of Delusionalism,
the more unstable punk-rock of Highlight and the
nine-minute stoner-rock meditation Endroll.
The rest tries too blatantly to aim for the mainstream.
The original trio broke up in 2010 after the six-song EP World is Yours (2009), an inferior collection of mid-tempo noise-rock songs with the notable
exception of the blues-rock shuffle She Is Inside He Is Outside.
The only album recorded by this trio,
Zero Comma/ Irotoridori no Sekai (2010), contains three gems:
Zero Comma/ Irotoridori no Sekai, which is however reminiscent of many female-fronted punk-pop ditties,
the incendiary and mostly instrumental Rat, and the
single Hikizuru Beat, their most energetic moment.
A new album was released eight years later,
No New World (2018).
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