Terminal Escape blog on Carburetor Dung’s first two releases
just seen this on Terminal Escape blog, which is a tape-only reviews webzine dealing with releases from around the world. Rob plays and used to play in these bands: Artimus Pyle, Conquest For Death, Fuckface, Laudanum, Malachi, No Statik, Opt Out, Ritual Control, Sterile Mind, Suicide Bomb, Vaccuum, What Happens Next?, etc. He also contributes to Maximum Rock’n’Roll.
22 JANUARY 2016
If you don’t know, then you should. CARBURETOR DUNG are the elder statesmen of Malaysian DIY punk….active for well over 20 years, and singer Joe Kidd is responsible for Ricecooker Shop in Kuala Lumpur. Two tapes in today’s link, both reissued relatively recently (that’s a lot of Rs). 1993’s Songs For Friends is more rudimentary and more melodic, catchy tunes that fellow remnants of the ’90s will find instantly familiar. The sound had been fine tuned by the time The Allure Of Manure was released in 1999, and the attack was faster and more precise. Political hardcore punk mingling with elements of CRIMPSHRINE and FUN PEOPLE with Ben Weasel caliber catchy lead vox (yeah, I know that guy is a piece, but most of us have rocked Boogadaboogadaboogada at some point and there’s no reason to be ashamed of it) and the chorus backing vocals are bang on. There’s no shame in getting addicted, young punks…these are the sounds your ancestors thrived on.
Terminal Escape also recommends the decidedly more rough and raw Inginku Rejam Raksasa Kejam! 10″ from 2011, and Genjing Records just released a split EP with underground Chinese punk legends SMZB. So I guess you have some homework to do…”
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