Our look at the Good On The Dancefloor collective marches on today with the slipperiest in regards to genre labeling, AAPS. The only constant running through the three tracks up on their MySpace is “noisy.” “To Pieces” takes a modern rock guitar riff and submerges it in distortion to give it a much more sinister edge. “Satelites,” though, pushes a xylophone to the center of the song, offsetting those warm taps with some off-kilter background noises before stumbling into a noisy new wave groove. “Tailors of Oz” keeps the fuzzed-out new wave going until a cowbell (!) enters the picture mid-song, shooting the song off in entirely new directions.
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