This Is How I Get Over You b​/​w That Boy Musta Stole Something of Mine

by Beat Drun Juel

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Art Fin Dark and heavy post-punk/rock band from Chicago with deep, plaintive female vocals by Donna Polydoros that reminds me of Pleasure Leftists and raw music that reminds me of The Stooges. This single is a stylistic shift for the band as their older EP was slower hard rock/blues rock. I like these fast-paced, powerful songs. Favorite track: This Is How I Get Over You.
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released July 19, 2015

Recorded at Observatory Studios, Chicago.
Engineered, mixed, and mastered by Erik Rasmussen.
Art by Ethan D'Ercole.

"This local trio channel the angular, aggressive guitar sound of Dischord-branded postpunk and anchor it with the straight-ahead, bottom-heavy rhythms of 90s alternative-radio rock ... On the brand-new seven-inch [front woman Donna] Polydoros shows a flair for the dramatic, her overwhelming presence felt as much as heard as her massive, intense vocal range elevates the songs to something divine. During live performances Beat Drun Juel transform into an even wilder, heavier monster, explosive and unhinged." — Luca Cimarusti, Chicago Reader

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Beat Drun Juel Chicago, Illinois

Drun rhymes with Run. Juel sounds like jewel. Good job.

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