Birdskin arrive by virtue of their Myspace page, which seems to emphasize music from an album dubbed Basement that came much later in their 20-year career. As for this wax, Birdskin let off some serious post-punk steam occupying the same dense airspace as not only the aforementioned Beantown legends, but to a lesser degree Husker Du and New York's long defunct Flower (the pre-Versus band). Both tracks make a compelling argument for the band with "Home" bearing a slightly stronger hook than it's flipside. A Birdskin discography can be found here.
B. She Builds
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