Rixe are back are with a fresh three song attack. “La Clé” is two minutes and twenty seconds of lean, mean and meaty Oi! that only Rixe over the last few years have perfected. It's driving sound is built on razor sharp tight drums, a slightly phased guitar and vocals that bite and bark. “Nuit Rasoir” is another straight down the line pounder that could easily have been one of the first ten releases on No Future Records. “Les Cent Pas” is the final track and rounds off things with another stomper. The sound is bigger, punchier but still very much Rixe that you know and love.
supported by 15 fans who also own “Cassette Promo”
I saw tons of great bands in the 80s at places like The Mabhuy Gardens, Thw Farm, and Gilman Street Project.
Those bands had a sound and feeling that's hard to sum up--- they were Lo-Fi even thougb many were accomplished musicians,they were raw and crucial and provided a soundtrack for pissed off yourh who WERE going to be heard whether the system liked it or not----- sneak into the back entrance or kick in the door----- it didnt matter which.
Condor sounds snd feels like some of the great 80s hardcore and punk bands that shaped the Punk/ Hardcore landscape of today.
im not surprised-- this is a one man operation from the drummer of Rixe If you are into French Punk and Oi it is CRIMINAL not tp have this in your collection.. East Bay Working Class
Powerful in every way, this DC hardcore group's first full-length is the siren song to having no home as a person of color—in punk, in society, in America. It could not have arrived at a more appropriate time. Bandcamp Album of the Day Jul 15, 2016