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Machine Girl - The Ugly Art


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I absolutely love this record, it really captures the energy of their live shows. They are about to embark on a huge US tour, if you get a chance don't miss it!

I was lucky enough to interview them about the new album last Saturday on Snareup, they were very generous with their time and gave really insightful and thoughtful answers.

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Saw them earlier this year and it was a really fun show. It was all ages, so there were tons of rowdy teenagers. I stood at the back with all the olds.

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  • 2 years later...

I just listened to WLFGRL for the first time and holy shit it fucking rocks. can't believe I didn't make time for MG sooner, this is exactly the kind of dirty aggro precision mayhem minus cheesy breakcore vibes I wanted.

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1 hour ago, usagi said:

I just listened to WLFGRL for the first time and holy shit it fucking rocks. can't believe I didn't make time for MG sooner, this is exactly the kind of dirty aggro precision mayhem minus cheesy breakcore vibes I wanted.

I rlly miss this from their work tbh. I enjoy the mashcore and dancecore trends that appeared parallel to this more "serious"  trend much more.. there is something that really appeals to me about trying to make hard music +  it not taking itself seriously.

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it's not exactly a dry doctoral essay on sound like SND or something, I don't think it's taking itself that seriously. as others have picked up it has the some of that trashy lo-fi weirdo/punk aesthetic as 90s digital hardcore which was always a little bit goofy. it just brings something more raw and fresh than the usual breakcore tropes which bore the piss out of me. I think it was some cornball Bong Ra track I randomly listened to that made me realise I'd had enough.

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1 hour ago, usagi said:

I just listened to WLFGRL for the first time and holy shit it fucking rocks. can't believe I didn't make time for MG sooner, this is exactly the kind of dirty aggro precision mayhem minus cheesy breakcore vibes I wanted.

its my favourite album of theirs by far, anything afterwards hasn't reached its level in my opinion

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