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Typical. You wait an apparently interminable period for a decent new grrrl-punk band (it’s been at least three months!) and then two turn up at once.

Tokyo band LAZYgunsBRISKY color their Stonesy rock riffage with a grungy element that sometimes recalls Hole or PJ Harvey. By and large, though, their new minialbum (which follows 2008’s debut album “Quixotic”) features power chords and playful, harmony-laden vocals over solid rhythm, with a touch of bad-girl angst thrown in for good measure.

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