Album Review: Buke & Gass - 'Riposte'
Masters of originality
Colin Stetson’s sax whispers around the edges of ‘Red Hood Came Home’ and ‘Outt!’; ‘Bundletuck’ is the point where a fight flips into furious sex, Dyer yelping, “These days you wake up in a bundle of orgasm”. It’s an itchy, difficult listen, but then it’s hardly easy being original.
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