Nate Husser is a poet plucked from the crossroads of Montreal and the Grenadines. The latter is his family's home country, but he's writing and recording in Montreal. But these are hardly Québécois folk tunes—Husser's music is raw, angry, and distorted, a dystopian vision of cops, drugs, and competition.
Geto Rock For The Youth dropped earlier this month, and while "Catherine" is the single of choice, we'd recommend "KillaKop" and "Paid To Party" to experience Husser's full range. He's cooking up something between Schoolboy Q and Rage Against the Machine, and it's sounds near-perfect on this EP.