Special Brew Anhalt EBM, Electropunk Container 90 A kind of bushy and rough gentlemen came up to me and Jenny where we stood in front of the Vintergatan during the Arvikafestival and offered us to buy a demo from the band Container 90. The gentlemen described the band as an early Pouppee Fabrikk and Cat Rapes Dog. Since the album really looked like a classic punk album I thought that the guy was fooling us, but since Jenny already had the wallet in her hand, I let it go. The entire festival and the vacation after I was pretty convinced that it will be punk that we would hear when we came home and listened to the demo, and sure, it was punk, but in an electronic way. The demo single Special Brew contains two tracks, "Precious Boots" and "Boozers & Loozers". The whole concept of song, text and music remind you very strongly of the type of music that you were traumatized by from my red skin neighbour during my upper secondary school days, but this time totally electronic even though the attitude is still the same. Is this tribute to boots and six packs of beer something to look deeper in to? It's clearly an interesting production, even though it's not that convincing at this point. This demo review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com 450
Brutal Resonance

Container 90 - Special Brew

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Demo released 2005
A kind of bushy and rough gentlemen came up to me and Jenny where we stood in front of the Vintergatan during the Arvikafestival and offered us to buy a demo from the band Container 90. The gentlemen described the band as an early Pouppee Fabrikk and Cat Rapes Dog. Since the album really looked like a classic punk album I thought that the guy was fooling us, but since Jenny already had the wallet in her hand, I let it go. The entire festival and the vacation after I was pretty convinced that it will be punk that we would hear when we came home and listened to the demo, and sure, it was punk, but in an electronic way.

The demo single Special Brew contains two tracks, "Precious Boots" and "Boozers & Loozers". The whole concept of song, text and music remind you very strongly of the type of music that you were traumatized by from my red skin neighbour during my upper secondary school days, but this time totally electronic even though the attitude is still the same.

Is this tribute to boots and six packs of beer something to look deeper in to? It's clearly an interesting production, even though it's not that convincing at this point.

This demo review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

Demo

Demo release from the artist. A brief tape or recording illustrating the abilities of the artist.

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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