Unearthed Review can’t believe this is happening.
We decide to only review artists that have won accolades and we get Kasha’s offering.
Kasha have this to say about themselves:
‘What A Colourful Mouth’ – Kasha’s first release on 7 inch vinyl.
Recorded and mixed with Casey Rice (Dirty Three, Pikelet, Tortoise), this single sees the young Canberra quartet rework the traditional notion of rock music, approaching tension and repetition with dissonance and metric imbalance.
It may be art but I’m really not sure it’s music. That Richard Kingsmill himself gave it 4/5 suggests he’s bored with music as we know it.
Physically painful to listen to it was universally reviled in The Eagle’s Nest, as was I for inflicting it on the denizens.
It’s reminiscent of the worst of Joy Division, only worse.
Simple, incomprehensible, and unpleasant.
When you’re tired of life it’s time to listen to these two tracks.
No stars, and frankly that’s being kind.