"I have chronic discontent, a feeling in my gut... a rage. I can see a better future and the vision drives me to scream about what's wrong with the world," says J.P., vocalist and programmer for The Shizit. Beside him sits Brian, guitarist and online mastermind, nodding his head in agreement. Over the past two years the modest duo have been smashing the walls between genres and creating a sound that has been described as "head-stomping digital violence" and "post-modern electronic hardcore". But they defy being pigeonholed. "The Shizit makes music for people who aren't scared of breaking the rules and thinking differently. You can't put a name on that" says Brian matter-of-factly. "We want our music to shake people out of the fucking trance this country's in." And holding true to their desires, The Shizit makes sound that refuses to be ignored, a fast paced and high-energy assault that leaves one shocked into reality. Background music? No. Soundtrack for the Revolution? Definitely.