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INTERVIEW – TUSK

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Making their debut with ‘Headroom’ in March, TUSK are ready to take on the music scene right now. We got to talk to the band about their release of ‘Headroom’ and what their take is on their ‘wall of sound’… Continue reading “INTERVIEW – TUSK”

TUSK – HEADROOM – REVIEW

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Tusk, a Canadian rock band formed back in 2016 released their EP ‘Headroom’ back in March 2017. Offering what they call a ‘Wall of sound’, ‘Headroom’ is an EP to blow you away with its tonal variety and mix of genres.

 

Opening track ‘acupuncture’ instantly sets the tone of the EP, with its groovy sound that slowly builds up over the course of the song. Overall, the track is very calm meaning it isn’t too overpowering. Second track ‘Millenials’ starts with indie vocals alongside the mixed track unlike ‘Accupuncture’ which had more a of build up. It’s obvious with this EP that Tusk like to experiment with genre and music, and not necessarily make something cleanly structured. Continue reading “TUSK – HEADROOM – REVIEW”