Album Review: Save Me by Neurotix


Neurotix ‘s debut full-length Save Me immediately brings the Nirvana vibes.  Its songs are anthemic, fuzzy, and sparsely arranged, with nasal vocals would at times be at home in a Green Day or Rancid song.  I disagree with the Chicago band’s statement that grunge has been “mostly obsolete” since Kurt Cobain’s death — but I appreciate their mission to add to the genre.

Check out the fun video for “Service Me” that showcases their local scene:

And get weird with the October-appropriate track “Pumpkin Seeds”:

Save Me was released independently on September 8th, 2018.  Find Neurotix at the links below:

Youtube Channel

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