"Big RIP to Load Records, who released Tropical Trash’s sole vinyl LP a couple years ago. Thankfully there will always be new, younger freaks to carry the torch of bothersome and noisy rock music, like the suspiciously successful Sophomore Lounge label. This new Tropical Trash 7″ is a real treat – I’ve always enjoyed the group, but this three-track EP is psychotic noise-punk perfection. “Early Wish” is the a-side, and it comes on a bucking motorik beat, guitars (and synths? who knows?) tunneling a hole in the earth while the vocalist wields the stuttered delivery of Landed’s Dan St. Jacques with the toxic mutation processing of FNU Clone. “Early Wish” actually continues on the flip side, pulling itself out of quicksand for a final gasp of life. “Exit Dust” comes next, sort of splitting the difference between the garage-rock menace of Six Finger Satellite and the rogue behavior of Landed (if I may continue with the Load references), and “Trouble Shot” closes the set, certainly the easiest track to mosh to on the EP and another disgruntled resignation from civilian life. The b-side tracks are nearly all about 90 seconds long, which is essentially the perfect length of time for any musical idea to begin, develop and conclude. A tropical smash is more like it!" - YELLOW GREEN RED
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