YVETTE make deeply spiritual, wildly aggressive noise music in the tradition of early post-punk and industrial artists like Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire, and This Heat. A barrage of rolling toms and sub-bass triggers, processed guitar noise, and monk-like incantations means the music is always physical. But the joy of YVETTE is how well they structure the chaos. "Theirs is a noise molded into the contours—if not the sound—of pop music, offering an accessible entry point into a world of ugly brutalism," wrote Pitchfork's Stuart Berman, who gave the band's debut record "Process" an 8.1. YVETTE are Noah Kardos-Fein and Dale Eisinger. The Brooklyn-based duo have performed alongside The Rapture, Factory Floor, White Suns, Metz, Talk Normal, and Hisham Bharoocha, and are part of the GODMODE family.