The Scottish alt-rock quartet Ace Elementary release the EP Novice Starry on the 9th of March.
Although less than a year since last featured the new release finds the quartet in different mood with the compositions marking a step change by the extensive use of layers of horizontally planed instruments rather than parallel line-ups which allows Ace Elementary to add additional depth and texturing to the songs and a sound in which the listener is invited to dive to explore.
My pick of the roughly fifteen minutes release being the opener – Sonny.
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Ace Elementary is a Scottish alt-rock quartet.
Relatively newly out of the blocks, given the handful of available tracks to hear Ace Elementary are a quartet to get to know before having to queue to get to see, as they are already establishing a solid live performance schedule.
Do The Mutant (available on bandcamp) is one of a couple of tracks that came out recently, which is a fair representation of their sound combining a buzzy garage guitar with the second six stringer levelling out the sound with melodic inter-play as the cleanly hit skins bounce around the room and a throbbing bass rolls through the bone structure all rolled out by delayed and echoey vocal.
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