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Formed in Chicago in 2003 by guitarist Chuck French and bassist Neil Keener (both former members of Planes Mistaken For Stars), Git Some has morphed into the lean and mean Denver-based quartet that it is today. Loose Control is their sophomore release following 2008's Cosmic Rock (1-2-3-4 Go! Records). French and Keener take the raw-edged guitar and bass tones and riffs for which Planes Mistaken For Stars was well known and render them spikier and more rhythmically intense. Vocalist Lucius Fairchild balances soulful wails and harsh screams; his approach works well with lyrics that avoid broad statements on politics / society in favor of inward looks at a complex, dark and often disturbing personal inner landscape. Drummer Andrew Lindstrom's solid but constantly shifting foundation delivers beats that underline the structure of each song, and intense fills that contribute a sense of spontaneity and surprise. "This band rules on many levels. Git Some makes furious metalized, messy punk rock like very few can. Upon listening to the first couple of songs from [Cosmic Rock], for some strange reason I was instantly reminded of a wilder, louder, constantly belligerent and consistently solid Les Savy Fav.... Git Some have that same careless delivery, that quirky wild abandon that's so lost in today's punk scene. Git Some's music runs like its being carried away by spirits." --Deaf Sparrow