Review: Guerilla Toss – What Would The Odd Do?

If you or a loved one has been effected by fun music, energy, or the occasional audible entertainment then you may be entitled to compensation in the form of eltro-future dance pioneers Guerilla Toss’ latest EP What Would The Odd Do?

Like most would do when they are on the back end of open heart surgery, Guerilla Toss packs a dangerous amount of energy, synth-laden persona, and what feels like an enormous punk-sci-fi-disco explosion into the five-track EP. The aforementioned surgery survivor and lead singer of Guerilla Toss, Kassie Carlson, flies a flag of unabashed honesty over the EP stating “only recently have I really begun to open up about everything that’s happened to me in the last few years. These songs mean a lot to me; anyone in recovery knows that going through an opiate addiction and beating it is a big deal.” It truly is a big deal and so is What Would The Odd Do?

The audible equivalent to that feeling you had as a kid on a clear summer night, head back, arms out, spinning uncontrollably and just reveling in the energy of the universe around you What Would The Odd Do? strips away the complexity and chaos of the all too often mundane adult existence many of us feel.

Rarely, and I mean rarely have I ever been drawn to five tracks on repeat as much as I have with What Would The Odd Do?

Greg is a co-founder and regular contributor of Nanobot Rock