Stream new 7″ EP from noisy punks Miami Dolphins!
The good news is that, despite being noise punk veterans who aren’t catching us by surprise anymore, Miami Dolphins still bring the ruckus. I was a little worried when I saw the album cover, a stark black and white, void of the technicolor pop that has graced so many of their CS’s, that maybe they had moved on from their defiant version of stuttering, angular punk. No worries. The first song, “Quail Birth,” ends with a groan and snorting like a pig. While it mostly rides the wave that have made the Dolphins so great over the years, the EP does end with a muted instrumental that is as polished and austere as anything they’ve put to tape. But for the most part, the music is frantic and jittery, the vocals recalcitrant, and none of the five songs break the punk rule of lasting longer than 2:30. Listen below and buy a copy of the 7″ from the band via their bandcamp.
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