Prizzy Prizzy Please Prizzy Prizzy Please

Prizzy Prizzy Please Prizzy Prizzy Please
Combining the mature art-punk of modern greats like Parts & Labor or Lightning Bolt with the goofy lyrics and sloppy production of your local basement punk band, Bloomington, IN’s Prizzy Prizzy Please have loaded their self-titled debut with anthems. Adding a saxophone to the standard bass, guitar, drums line-up, the songs build on a noisy foundation before the band add their hectic vocals. Opener "Shorgasm” develops into a chaotic post-punk classic with some rumbling Motörhead guitars, while "Too Many T-Shirts” adds harmonised gang vocals to its blast of sound. But it’s "Thundergust of Woodpeckers” that represents the record best, with its tapped guitar lead that climaxes with an arena-rock finale. Enthusiastically creative and unpretentious, Prizzy Prizzy Please could be your favourite new band whether you’re 13 or 30. (Independent)