"Magnitizdat" by Kermit

"Magnitizdat" by Kermit

From the album

Litoral (Self Produced) by Kermit

Editor's Comments

Kermit = a jazzman from NO or our little green friend. The band Kermit applies neither association and sounds like injured 90s techno to begin. #lifethreateningintro

About the track

KERMIT is an experimental post-rock project from Malaga (Spain) that was born from the desire to experiment with the endless possibilities offered by two guitars, a bass and a drumkit. The result is a landscape of multiple textures that make sense when played together, only when superimposed. KERMIT is a melancholic trip that is sometimes subtle and tender, and some others aggressive and heartbreaking. KERMIT's musical influences include the names of Slint, Radiohead, Afghan Whigs, At The Drive-In, Refused, Tortoise, Manta Ray, Portishead, Toe, Shiner, Sonic Youth, Liars, Mogwai, Karate, Burning Airlines, Cinematic Orchestra, King Crimson, Pink Floyd, etc., yet its influences also cover other fields such as literature, films, graphic art & design, etc.

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