EP Review Krush Puppies - Love Kills The Demons

Cinematic compositions abound with riches and marvels aplenty.

Krush Puppies - Love Kills The Demons

Each track on ‘Love Kills The Demons’ sluices up an eclectic genre-smoothie, one that whizzes the sweets of grunge-pop with the piquant tangs of fret-shredding psych. Krush Puppies’ cinematic compositions abound with riches and marvels aplenty. Opener ‘Throw Me On The Fire’ steadily draws breath before initiating turned-to-11 freak-out rock. The tender-hearted moodiness of ‘Why’ delivers the EP’s most strikingly poignant measures, then beefs into fuzzed-up cataclysms. When the snare-rattling ruckus of dénouement “Everybody wants to be a cowboy” (They do don’t they?), gallops out into the sunset, we’re left in a hapless dismay of tears and exhiliarations.

 

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