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Child Bite: Gold ThrillerGold Thriller (2007)
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: SloaneDaleySloaneDaley
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I’ve seen Child Bite referred to as dancy and while I wouldn’t deny this fact, there is a fair bit more going on to this EP than just jazz hands and rump shakes. While their heavily present and distorted bass does indeed provide a rather solid groove throughout, spiky 8-bit bleeps and jarring guitar lines produce a sound that is rather sharp and angular to accentuate it. That isn’t to say that Gold Thriller won’t have you all hips gyrating and arms akimbo, nay, it verily should. However, this is the sort of dance party you might want to have alone in your bedroom as apposed to a room full of people that might include someone you’d like to strike up awkward conversation with at a later juncture.
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