The Rita - _Crusty Etruscans_
(Spite, 1998)
by: Gabriel Sanchez (7 out of 10)
Canadian crunchy noise master Sam McKinlay's The Rita initially impressed me with their track on the Mother Savage compilation _Underground Canada_ and this release proves to be no exception. The Rita outpours one massive assault of some of the crunchiest, low-end noise you are likely to ever hear. The sound chooses not to alter itself or even fluctuate, but remains a steady stream of sub-woofer rumbling harshness from start to finish. While no one can certainly call The Rita the most dynamic noise artist out there, one has to respect their desire to stay unyieldingly harsh. Despite the lack of broad accessibility, The Rita are certainly worth checking for those fans of other similar low-end noise artists such as Macronympha or fellow Canadian artists TADM and Knurl.

Contact: Spite, PO Box 51653,

(article published 13/2/1999)


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