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Electro Punk

STUNTDRIVER – FUGITIVE: Sultrily Volatile Electro-Rock

As someone who grew up on Garbage before delving even deeper into Riot Grrrl and dabbling with Industrial Metal and Rock, STUNTDRIVER’s latest track FUGITIVE was always going to set my synapses alight. It’s super-charged with playful Punk energy and there’s plenty of theatrical flair to well and truly set the artist apart from the rest.

It’s fierce, but the ferocity doesn’t dilute the sultry and playfully sardonic approach which STUNTDRIVER took with FUGITIVE, which may just be the most volatile track I’ve heard this year. If you’re a fan of the Distillers, you’ll definitely want the LA artist on your radar. With their album SAGA due to drop in 2021, expect to hear plenty more from this trailblazing captivatingly trashy artist.

You can check out STUNTDRIVER’s track FUGITIVE for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Goo Munday – Where Did You Go?: Hypnotically Haunting Electro Punk.

Remember when everyone was asking if there’s anyone more bad ass than Taylor Swift? The easiest answer would be to point you in the direction of Sydney based creative genius Goo Munday. Combined with the stunning video and sound behind her debut single Where Did You Go, the Electro Punk EDM producer and vocalist just leaves you speechless. Yet she’s so much more than just aesthetic. Where Did You Go is a dirty synthy medley has found a home on my EDM playlists from the moment I got my first hit of her tantalisingly vibrant, yet dark sound. If you put Skinny Puppy and Shiny Toy Guns in a blender, you’d get close to imagining the resounding sound of this fresh new artist. For me, it’s Goo Munday’s blinding attitude that blew me away, her Witch-house, dark EDM style is just what the scene was waiting for with her hypnotically transcendent sound.

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Review by Amelia Vandergast