Make’s ‘Vomit’ Is Some Fuzzy, Experimental Norwegian Punk

12 7 18 MakeMake’s ‘Vomit’ is a crunchy, expansive take on different punk rock traditions out of Norway. These guys summarize themselves as simply, “OSLO MUSIC.” They describe this tune as, “about self-destructive behavior and feelings, as well as destructive choices made by our government.” There’s a charming simplicity to this track. The lazy, bucolic guitars whirr away under a deeply expressionistic rhythm section and a vocal performance that’s really given the space to define the track. I wouldn’t go so far as to call this rap, or really anything like it, but the approach these guys take to song-writing feels imbued with a hip-hop sensibility. It almost seems like the different elements function as a series of disunited samples brought together as a poignant backdrop for the lead singer’s ramblings. This is a cool track from a neat band. Check out ‘Vomit’ below!


Noah Zucker // IG – @zucker.n // Twitter – @zuckern13

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