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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

26 hours of new shows, including a 3 hour Review plus the 2021 Festive 50

Artist Info

Science Bastard

Science Bastard
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™"With a name like Science Bastard and a track titled "Cunt", the Welsh contrarians are clearly not aiming for the mass market! But it's a perfect name for a band that seamlessly blends experimental math rock ("Science") with a punk attitude ("Bastard") to create their own unique style of progressive punk.
Science Bastard combine the angular hardcore dynamics of At The Drive In with the aural menace of prime time P.I.L."
- "The Devil Has the Best Tuna" (Blog)
( http://besttuna.blogspot.com/2009/08/science-friction.html)

"The last time Science Bastard waggled their cocks in my face (metaphorically) (sort of) it was at Swn festival (recorded live for the BBC). Hours after the set there was rolling in the gutters and drunken fisticuffs, which may explain the switch from five members to three, and an all-new-tunes policy tonight.

The fiery fullness of sound remains though, often coasting on drums and guitar effects noise while singer Vern attempts to molest every member of the audience. The best moments of an itchy, tempo-hopping set are when the post-hardcore screaming gets mixed with two finger keyboard and drawn out double drumming - weirder, longer stuff where melodies stretch out into strange new shapes. Mostly though, it's a blast: jagged, noisy, carved out rock that chucks up volume, car boot sale treasure giveaways and faces you don't want to punch".
- Review by Vivers, The Joy Collective

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