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Friday, October 3, 2014

Now Is the Time by Polysics

when it comes to letting others share in their wealth of credibility, Kaiser Chiefs are swiftly becoming the Mother Teresas of indie; first The Cribs benefited handsomely from their patronage, and now a similar fate hopefully awaits Tokyo's magnificently wacky Polysics. Their Devo inspired synth punk has already seen them established as big names in Japan for some time, and it really shouldn't have taken a slightly tubby bloke from Yorkshire to spot why, when tracks like ‘Wild One’ and ‘Metal Coconuts' sound like four deranged manga characters ram raiding a video games arcade, while on a bender of particularly strong food additives. So exciting that it should come with a precautionary bottle of Prozac.

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