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Mah Kee Oh Shares ‘Uppercut’. “It’s the partiality of a permafrost.”

MAH KEE OH is a project of Grahm Robinson. And his single ‘Uppercut’ is that sinewy tendon in the brisket of life that just won’t go away.

It’s an intro to an ending.

It’s the partiality of a permafrost.

It’s that rapturous pounding of your head when you’re in the throws of a sexual encounter.

It’s the ominous reels of black and white convergence in thought, and premonitions.

The succinctness of the single is, by design, a statement of rebellion. With the head wrenching guitar effects grinding at your soul searching blindness, in front of the ghostly trauma presented by Robinson’s vocals of descent and desperation, ‘Uppercut’ is your animal to cut up, slice, and devour.

‘Uppercut’ is part of the 4 track EP ‘Shoplifting Can Get You Killed’, which is available now.

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