“Stop of Go” (by The Sediment Club)
The Sediment Club stop by WFMU to show off a few of their new songs and a few of their new tricks, including a contact-mic'ed hand saw run through a delay pedal (intrigued? see Derail Clean-slate God). These guys have an uncanny knack for a no wave aesthetic older than most members of the band, and still manage to grind out some very original songs that refuse to sound like they were crafted by 17-year olds. Jagged and rusty enough to provide lock-jawed euphoria.
Stop of Go by The Sediment Club is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.