Spray Paint- Punters On A Barge LP. In early 2013, the noise-punk weirdos in Spray Paint emerged from the bleak backwoods of Austin with their first LP, and they've since unleashed a constant stream of killer new music. The remarkable thing about their nonstop output is Spray Paint’s insistence on never repeating themselves. On their fourth album, ‘Punters on a Barge’, they trade their sketched-out atmosphere for a tougher, sludgier push that pays tribute to Flipper’s skronk and the Jesus Lizard’s rhythmic dirge. A few tracks in the middle of the record, like “Day of the Rope” and “Yoopy D.B.,” even feature an industrial kind of thrum driven by drum machines and circuit-fried synths. Despite the fresh sounds, there’s no mistaking this for anything other than a Spray Paint record with springy, fucked up no-wavey guitars crisscrossing each songs with the three members chantting in unison in their country-fried, acid-casualty drawl. Import from Australia.