Album Review: Drab Doo-Riffs, A Fistful of Doo-Riffs

By Scott Kara

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Drab Doo-Riffs. Photo / Supplied
Drab Doo-Riffs. Photo / Supplied

If anything, the third EP from this Auckland surf-space-spaghetti-country-punk-band fronted by Supergroove man Karl Steven is their most unhinged offering to date, especially on the riffy fuzz fest of Juggernaut.

The band's world is one inhabited by a girl with a "lunatic fringe", loads of food and domestic "scraps", and on Garden City Baby, where Steven moves into country rapper mode, there are a few tumbleweeds around to look out for too. It's a crazy place and, if you haven't already, one well worth checking out.

Stars: 4/5

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- NZ Herald

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