Six very short reviews
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The Chewers – Don’t Dance
(EP | 16/09/2022 | Independent)
There may be hundreds of imperatifs uttered in Rock music and beyond, but this one is really important: „Don’t Dance“! Nashville’s The Chewers blow up dust as they present their five-track EP which demands us to sit still during the party. Post Punk of the darker and more rusty sort grinds on Garage Rock and stoicism – the result is amazing.
Mickey Nomimono – How does it taste?
(Single | 09/11/2022 | Indepedent)
The interface between Post Punk and Disco is underrepresented wherever you look. But fear not, because Sheffield’s Mickey Nomimono and Sean Hession (Drastic//Automatic) are here to close that gap. After ‚Mr Relatable‘ and ‚DHL‘, Mickey is back with a hurricane of a modern Post Punk track.
Ramona Marx – Fight Night
(Single | 16/12/2022 | Independent)
When aggression piles up, a ventile for discharge is needed. If you are looking for a soundtrack to get rid of anger with, but Hatebreed and Limp Bizkit are not your cup of tea, listen up: Ramona Marx are here to save you. The raging Post Punk explosion ‚Fight Night‘ resembles Godzilla and King Kong throwing skyscrapers at each other.
Patio Gas – Going backwards
(Single | 27/01/2023 | Independent)
Stoke-on-Trent’s trio Patio Gas presents a movement that reminds of a helicopter flying over a town. Hovering, watching everything from above, and receiving a bigger picture of it, questions pop up. Patio Gas take on movement and standstill, on fear and forgiving on a dynamic Post Punk and Indie anthem.
The Vanity Firm – The Ballad of the Broken Man
(Single | 01/01/2023 | Independent)
Chester’s The Vanity Firm debuts with an atmospheric single that combines the musical spheres of Johnny Cash and Nick Cave. The new year began melenacholic with ‚The Ballad of the Broken Man‘. Deconstruction and rethinking go hand in hand in this impressive take in masculinity.
Hauspoints – Bloody Interference
(EP | 03/02/2023 | Independent)
Driven by an honest DIY approach, Chorley’s Hauspoints create a colourful and versatile cacophony of Post Punk, Heavy Psych and Noise. The sources for this sound may be hidden somewhere in old fiction or in a side arm of the rabbit hole. Wherever you are looking for it, you will find that Hauspoints take melancholic and psychedelic rock music to a whole new level.
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