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KERMIT is a four-piece instrumental band based in Malaga, Spain. Their sound is of the jazz and post-punk influenced variety of post-rock. Some of their influences include TORTOISE, MOGWAI, SLINT, AT THE DRIVE-IN, RADIOHEAD and SONIC YOUTH. They formed in2011 and released their debut full-length album Autoficción in 2012.

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Kermit Post Rock/Math rock

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4 stars Spanish band KERMIT was formed in 2011, and the main intent of the band was to investigate the musical possibilities given by using bass, two guitars and drums to explore the kind of music the band members were fascinated by. They released their debut album "Autoficcion" in 2012. "Litoral" is their second studio production, and was released through the Spanish label Itaca Records in 2014.

Spanish band Kermit has made an intriguing and enjoyable album with "Litoral", a marriage between post-rock and jazz where the former is the dominant part while the latter supplements the proceedings quite nicely with elegant details and arguably a few more sophisticated edges too. A production first and foremost aimed towards those with a liberal taste in music and an clear affection for post-rock, I'd guess, and a CD many who recognize themselves in that description should find highly enjoyable.

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