Mainland: Dummy Test

 

New York music scene regulars, Mainland, piece together cut-up aggressive post-punk vibes described by the band as “something you can shake your hair to really crazy”. With one foot in the indie-rock genre, Mainland’s sound falls slightly to the left of Interpol and The Strokes, yet slightly to the right of Misfits and Sex Pistols.

Locking in a premiere on Interview Magazine, Mainland’s latest release, “Dummy Test” has been  described as having “a rough and ready sense of urgency”. Mainland frontman, Jordan Topf, conveys a feeling of revolution and rebellion through his contentious yet carefree storytelling and punchy, upbeat guitar undercuts. “Dummy Test” grabs you by the ears and throws you into mosh pit of liberation.

Liberate yourself with Mainland here.