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Feeling Disconnected
Mobina Galore - Feeling Disconnected
Friday, February 24, 2017 - 14:55
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All too often, I find myself staring at band bios that come with a lot of words that amount to nothing.

Winnipeg’s Mobina Galore on the other hand, is a self-described ‘vocally aggressive power chord punk rock duo’ that consists of two badass ladies called Jenna and Marcia, who cite influences like The Distillers, Propagandhi and Against Me!. And for once, that covers things completely. Something you can hear for yourself now on “Feeling Disconnected”, the band’s new album that is out today via New Damage Records.

Vocally aggressive? Yup, these two scream their lungs out, but do so without losing sight of the fact that big hooks make songs better. Power chords? Yup, they have those covered with riffs that are straight-forward and highly effective. In short, everything that Trump is not. Punk rock? Hell yeah, these ladies are punk as fuck. Just give tracks like “Vancouver” and “Spend My Day” one listen and try not to be impressed by the duo’s hard-hitting melodic punk that hits you right in the feels.


Track listing:

  1. Start All Over
  2. Suffer
  3. Vancouver
  4. Nervous Wreck
  5. Going Out Alone
  6. Losing Time
  7. Ready To Let Go
  8. Spend My Day
  9. Partner In Crime
  10. Better Days
Tom Dumarey
Tom Dumarey

Lacking the talent to actually play in a band, Tom decided he would write about bands instead. Turns out his writing skills are mediocre at best as well.