What with their double-act shtick and quirky online comedy videos, it’s always a slight surprise when WAS come out with another album of humour-free, largely indistinctive post-punk-flecked indie rock. Despite…

‘Business Casual’ marks the sound of a band who don’t know what they are any more. Having always hovered between ‘proper group’ and ‘comedy outfit’, the New York trio now…

Their [b]‘With Love And Squalor’[/b] album incontestably rocked, but follow-up [b]‘Brain Thrust Mastery’[/b] dropped the ball somewhat. Adding those superfluous synths made the whole thing too polite, too lacking in…