Tashme are a Toronto hardcore band, and they play things fast and loose and chaotic, with tons of reverb. Their most obvious inspiration is the legendary early-’80s Maryland band Void, and their music has a lot of the same frantic instability. Tashme are a politically motivated band, too; they’re named after a Canadian internment camp where Japanese Canadians were imprisoned during World War II. The band has been around since 2016, and they’ve released a couple of demos and a promo. But they’ve only just now released their first proper EP, a self-titled 7″ that absolutely rockets by. Stream it below.
You can buy Tashme at Bandcamp.