Zombie Zombie / Like Tigers
Genres: hardcore, dance punk, lo-fi
PO Box 304
Oct 4 - 10 2004
The Boyarm label brings us an energetic batch of songs on clear pink
vinyl. There are two different bands responsible for these
sounds, with Like Tigers of Detroit bringing the dance-punk and Zombie
Zombie from Denver working with casio-heavy hardcore.
Side A is home to Zombie Zombie, and it's bound to please
fans of youthful, sweaty-t-shirt noise punk. Rough, scratchy
vocals are combined with aggressive drums and guitar, and some
stylishly corny keyboard doodling is added for good measure. The songs sound lo-fi, barely
rehearsed, and positively lovely as a result.
Side B, courtesy de Like Tigers, brings on the house
party dance punk. Simple, almost primitive female vocals are
shouted along to a basic groove (constructed for that type of jerky
dancing we've all come to love); meanwhile, casio tones keep things
Boyarm have unearthed some good stuff with this record. Dance
each night as if you'll be paralyzed the next.
NOTE: This release comes with a CDR
5 tracks, distributed by the
label, released 2004]