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It really is hard to describe their music, on the grounds that they never seem to adhere to a single set genre. Basically, they're a punk band, in the truest sense of the word. Not usually for kids though, since the majority of their songs involve repeated profanity of some sort.
Though MSI sticks with what they know best, it manages to get them over that sophomore album hump. This album has a total of 30 tracks, but since the songs are usually 2 minutes or less in length, the album never drags on. It actually clocks in at 55 minutes.
They describe their music as "industrial jungle pussy punk. Intentionally iconoclastic, lead singer James Euringer who uses the stage name Little Jimmy Urine owes sartorial influence to the New York Dolls, wearing fishnet shirts at concerts, and is occasionally seen in shorts or pants with the inside cut out similar to how a skirt looks, and neon stockings. Euringer's outfits and antics are often the focal point of live shows. Another large influence in the band's music comes from early s culture.
MSI's music is a hybrid of Atari driven electronics with a venomous splash of A. They describe their music as Industrial Jungle Pussy Punk music Tagged as: industrial, punk, electronic.
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MSI has been around for over 20 years and are currently on hiatus, so Jimmy Urine decided to continue writing and pursuing his own artistic merits as a solo artist under the name Euringer and a new self-titled record. Euringer also sees multiple collaborations with artists and friends of Jimmy Urine. So, I like to separate my projects into different groups a lot of times.
Sound promising, right? Think again. The mish-mash of punk, goth, emo, and even a few hipsters melded into one cohesive unit ebbing and flowing with the crunchy guitars and throbbing bass lines that encompassed the venue.