Sebastian Murphy makes initially its best to be a rock singer of the classic transversely-variety. The two, three first mellansnacken is avmätt ironic and full of attitude.
Then he releases suddenly in the garden. ”I wanted to play tough, but this is actually sahabet just so damn cool”, comments on Viagra the Boys-singer folkhavet in front of him, expectantly good atmosphere in there and – I guess – in extension also the extremely fast journey the band have made in just a couple of years.
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also, very clearly, a concert with a band still on the way upwards, without any risk to hit the ceiling or fly astray. With his closest to the universally acclaimed debut album in the back play Viagra Boys met of equal parts of wanting to prove something and the enthusiasm of the newfound interest.
The as well as throw themselves into the grinding heavy monotony that is the foundation of everything they do. A foundation built on particularly nasty, stickiga drum beats and a constantly oscillating base, which is easy to deduce its musical signatures, but in high extent is also reminiscent of blytung techno. Few other bands have on an equally nonthreatening way been able to insert the energy from a I thought or, say, a drum’n’bass club in a rocksammanhang.
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most anything impressive stable and very hard to stand on. It is what the Viagra Boys is based on with that makes songs like ”Just like you”, ”Shrimp shack” and ”Sports” really puts Nobelberget reeling.
The free-flowing jazzy saxophone twists and turns each and every song in an unexpected direction. A howling synth can at any time send a short pass to classical acid house. Slagverksrytmer can, for a short while, round off all the sharp edges.
on Top of all roars Murphy's raspy voice. Powerful chanting. And, just as the band at large, yet rawer live than on record.
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