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180g 12" black vinyl, standard sleeve, limited to 500 copies, download card included. The long sold-out 'Random Acts of Total Control' EP by French outfit Unschooling is now being reissued by London-based label and promoters Bad Vibrations. The five-track EP was originally released in 2021 and deals in an energetic, lo-fi post-punk that revels in calculated discord. Their chaotic ensemble of complex mathy guitar lines, dissatisfied vocals and twitchy rhythm sections have drawn comparisons to such contemporaries as Omni, Crack Cloud and Women, but all wrapped up in a Contortions-esque No Wave spontaneity.
180g 12" black vinyl, standard sleeve, limited to 500 copies, download card included. The long sold-out 'Random Acts of Total Control' EP by French outfit Unschooling is now being reissued by London-based label and promoters Bad Vibrations. The five-track EP was originally released in 2021 and deals in an energetic, lo-fi post-punk that revels in calculated discord. Their chaotic ensemble of complex mathy guitar lines, dissatisfied vocals and twitchy rhythm sections have drawn comparisons to such contemporaries as Omni, Crack Cloud and Women, but all wrapped up in a Contortions-esque No Wave spontaneity.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 12/16/2022
UPC: 5060467889162

Random Acts Of Total Control [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Mpdl)
Artist: Unschooling
Format: Vinyl
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180g 12" black vinyl, standard sleeve, limited to 500 copies, download card included. The long sold-out 'Random Acts of Total Control' EP by French outfit Unschooling is now being reissued by London-based label and promoters Bad Vibrations. The five-track EP was originally released in 2021 and deals in an energetic, lo-fi post-punk that revels in calculated discord. Their chaotic ensemble of complex mathy guitar lines, dissatisfied vocals and twitchy rhythm sections have drawn comparisons to such contemporaries as Omni, Crack Cloud and Women, but all wrapped up in a Contortions-esque No Wave spontaneity.
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