Q and Not U: Different Damage

Different Damage

Different DamageSure it’s more mature, but it’s way less fun. Sure there are some sonically piercing songs, but even those throw-ins feel a little forced after No Kill No Beep Beep’s franticness. I’m sure critics would say this is a better album than their debut (or not), but they almost sound content here. And what artist has ever made a good album while content? In the realm of dance punk, this one is more dance, less punk, although still a predecessor of many of today’s hot acts.