Jay Reatard’s last full-band task before getting into his acclaimed single career, Angry Sides turned punk, brand-new influx, and girl-group pop to their own high-octane audio on a small number of singles and EPs. The group shaped in 2005 after Reatard’s prior band Lost Noises ended, and included Alix Dark brown of Atlanta’s Lids (who was simply also Reatard’s partner at that time), and drummers that included Die Rotzz’s Paul Artigues and Ryan Rousseau of Tokyo Electron and Devastation Unit. Angry Sides released its thundering debut one “Issues Are Shifting” in 2005 on Dark brown and Reatard’s Shattered Information imprint, pursuing it using the “Blockhead” one on Germany’s P. Garbage label, and a three-way divide EP using the Reatards and Tokyo Electron that offered being a souvenir from the group’s Western european tour past due that season. In 2006, the music group released the “Apparent-Transparent” one, a divide with Digital Natural leather, and made an appearance at that year’s South by Southwest Celebration. Later that season, however, Dark brown and Reatard’s break up spelled the finish for Angry Sides. In 2016, Goner gathered most of Angry Sides’ documented music — including many previously unreleased tracks — within a self-titled compilation.