January 27, 2004  
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Liquid Stick
Where 6 Would Be
Liquid Stick

Those who have never heard of Liquid Stick are lucky. Though this Toronto band’s style is described as “’70s funk with rock ’n’ roll and a touch of hip-hop,” there doesn’t seem to be a trace of any hip or hop.

The monotone compositions passed off as music meld together in what seems to be a never ending strain of ear torture. The final song, if you could call it that, can be described as... well, there are no words to describe whatever the hell it was. It sounds like something a two-year-old could have created.

Liquid Stick is just pure noise. Take away the lyrics and you have the crap they play in elevators. Why shell out money for this group, encouraging them to continue to make their so-called music — when you could ride an elevator for free and have the same musical experience?

—Amy Moore

 

 

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