(record review)Drinking Boys And Girls Choir – “Keep Drinking”

I really don´t know much about Drinking Boys And Girls Choir, apart from that they come from South Korea. Being from there, they have the honour to be the first Korean band featured on the pages of this zine.


This record contains 18 songs in about 43  minutes of time, and I personally think that this is too much for one record. With that, also the quality of the song differs from excellent melodic skatepunk tracks to some pop punk and K-pop boring songs. For me the absolute highlights of the album are “Red shift”,  “On the street” and “National Police shit”. The production is okay but I would love some more power in the guitars but it is an okay punk record. The dual boy/girl vocals also nicely fit in and create an interplay in the song structures. But, being this long and with so many songs, this album just doesn´t manage to keep me concentrated and keep my attention for the duration. Okay album.


Follow the band on Fb page: https://www.facebook.com/band.drinking/



About vladkraykulla

Active member of alternative underground scene and culture since early 1990-ies, always thinking and searching how to make the world we live in a better place. Hardcore is a way of life! Dont forget the struggle, dont forget the streets!
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