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Lorelle Meets The Obsolete furthers the punk of groups like The Sandwitches, Medications, and Mikael Cronin by adding yet another layer of mesquite mystique — a.k.a. fuzz-y-Q — to a haunting lurch of dual guitars, middle-of-the-mix bass, and 70s bad-boy-rock drumming. “The In-Between” is smooth and bad-assin’ all over the place, while “Uncomfortable Knot” has a hitch in its stride and a much heavier JAMC message for us to stuff in our peaceful pipes and smoke to the sky. When the chorus hits, we’re hit with a SWOOOSH and left to cough and convulse in the jet trail, but I’m holding up just fine, thanks. After hearing that new Bitchin Bajas LP (technically on Captcha sister label Kallistei Editions), I thought I had Captcha (formerly HBSP-2X, of Horn of Unicorn fame) figured out; I don’t. Not at all. Life is an adventure, thank the-fuck christ. - Gumshoe

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