This EP both begs and answers the question, “Has it all been done before?” A true representation of the bizarre-pop KOPPS prefers to create, it is 6 tracks of fury, all killer-no filler, with themes of exclusionism, internet stalking, vapid consumerism, image obsession, sexual domination, and one very lonely cowboy.
KOPYRIGHT is available on all digital platforms, as well as vinyl for purchase.
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Never ones to take themselves too seriously, the Rochester-bred project would tell you that their sound is like if Britney Spears and Ko?n f-cked, and they wouldn’t be entirely wrong. Anchored by Patricia Patrón’s sultry vocals, the band has a knack for pop sensibility that they immediately flip on its head, evoking a titillating mix of electro, pop and nu metal. With a flair for the dramatic, KOPPS visuals and stage performance dabble into a creepy, twisted, and often bizarr-o glam vibe but always with a wry sense of humor.
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