Brutal Hate Mosh uses simplistic and repetitive musical patterns; beats; experimental means of producing sound; multi-tracking; and multiple harmonies. It is described by others as “a weird catholic girls school, avant-pop choir”; “makes me want to punch my sister”; and “really, really awkward”. Brutal Hate Mosh began writing music at the end of 2007, and obtained a guitar at the end of 2008. She began making simply structured, intuitively created songs about dubious subject matter; and has since moved to making pop-ier and more beat oriented sounds. It’s Pronounced Kate Moss comprises a survey of 21 her earliest songs.

She is currently writing Brutal Hate Mosh: The Hip Hopera.

Brutal Hate Mosh is featured on ‘New Weird Australia Volume One‘.


  1. New Weird Australia, Volume One. | New Weird Australia.
    July 5, 2009

    […] (3:28) Previously unreleased 12. PREDRAG DELIBASICH Heartburn (13:37) Previously unreleased 13. BRUTAL HATE MOSH Roads (1:43) From ‘It’s Pronounced Kate […]

  2. Sound Summit Wrap-Up | New Weird Australia.
    October 6, 2009

    […] three spaces, we presented eleven artists: Lucia Draft, Polyfox & The Union Of Most Ghosts, Brutal Hate Mosh, Go Genre Everything, Kyu, Alps, Moonmilk, Blastcorp, Castings, Gugg and Holy Balm. Special thanks […]

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