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Sløtface

Try Not to Freak Out

Propeller

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Sløtface (pronounced Slutface, and spelt that way until censorship provoked a re-think) bring a classic pop-punk sound with explosively direct lyrics. The Norwegian four-piece manage to be both a throwback and something refreshingly forward looking as a result.

Led by Haley Shea, they get off to a triumphant start on “Magazine,” nailing feminist colors to the mast early. After disparaging the warped body image displayed in the media, Shea declares “Patti Smith would never put up with this shit,” mixing humor with the punch.

Sløtface also do a nice line in coming-of-age life, Shee “playing marry, fuck, kill/with every actor that’s ever played James Bond” at a party in “Pitted.” Add in tight guitar progressions and killer choruses and Sløtface are off to a good start. (www.slotface.no)

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