Mission Of Burma
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Mission Of Burma’s influence on American post-punk would be hard to overstate. In only four years together in the early ’80s, the original iteration of the Boston band perfected a wiry, nervous style of art-rock that would inspire legions to give their raw punk crunch a tight, cerebral squeeze. Going strong since returning with a 2004 comeback album, the group explored more atmospheric spaces on 2009’s The Sound The Speed The Light. But it’s still the live show that matters most, thanks to a barbed sound that strikes all the hotter when loose and loud. Now at work on a fourth post-reformation record, the band breaks from the studio to play some of those live shows.