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Viet Cong

Discussions about the new generations of bands influenced by '80s New Wave and Postpunk

Viet Cong

Postby q89747 » Fri Jul 24, 2015 10:28 pm

Sorry if this is a bit late-to-the-party or something (I think they're mentioned in another thread somewhere on the NWO) but just wanted to mention these guys. Their EP is excellent-- major props to the producer too, whose reverb makes them sound like they're falling into mineshafts or something. One of the few recent things that's exciting to me. Not exactly original but definitely very good. Saw them last weekend in at Subterranean in Chicago-- they were really good, though I was a bit disappointed that the overall sound wasn't ear-splittingly loud. That is all.
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