Glass Hits play monotonous post-hardcore that is too lacking in anything interesting. “Action Potential” is the same riff for two minutes straight and the monotone vocals do not vary between the two songs. But, at the very least, it’s polite. “Dying on the Vine” ends by thanking you for listening. You’re welcome. There is no realm in which I could mistake Accordion Crimes for “Jackson Pollock.” Atonal, disjointed, dissonant, and repetitive. As stated repeatedly in the lyrics, “new technique” is desperately necessary. The screen-printed, woodblock cover art is gorgeous though.
–Ashley (Snappy Little Numbers, snappylittlenumbers.blogspot.com, [email protected])