The Slowpush | Misshapen Giants

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Misshapen Giants

by The Slowpush

The Slow Push explode in a cavalcade of claps, Liars rhythms and impassioned vocals that teeter between breathless impatience and screaming impetulance.
Genre: Electronic: Alternative Dance
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1. Curtain Call
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2. Monstres De Nature
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3. Maybe You're a Myth
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4. Lions
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5. Got a File On This
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6. Television Tears
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7. Mile Away
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8. Danceless
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9. My Universe
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10. Brace Yourself
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11. You're an Icon
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The Slow Push describe themselves as ‘making the kind of music only hipless, pasty white Caucasians can pull off,’ The dynamic duo at the front is made up of Maegan McKewen on samples and vocals, and Chris Hetherington on half vocals and half animal noises/shouting/booting-shaking duty. off-kilter, jagged rhythms and thoroughly schizophrenic punk tendencies all put together with eletro beats from the caveman days.


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