No matter how one approaches the music there is a lofidelity hum in which the listener becomes interlaced, akin to iron filings circumnavigation of two magnets.
Be the music of acoustics, electronica or combination thereof in the latest LP – Life Without Sun – (available on bandcamp) the audience discovers themselves fully engaged for the roughly twenty five minutes of the ten tracks and merely wishing it lasted longer whilst entrapped in the incantations of the hypnotic vocal.
The sixth track of the ten and perspicaciously named – We’re Not The Most Evolved We’ve Ever Been – being my pick of the release.
The US emo quartet The Way Out release the LP Automatic Writing tomorrow.
The Way Out
A ten track album (available on bandcamp) which, unsurprisingly given the genre, leaves the listener with ironed out vocals spinning through the ears, what makes for a sharp point of difference is the optimism of guitar which fires bright fireworks in to the sky as bass and percussion bustle along the compositions.
My selection from the release is the fourth – Spill Ur Guts which like a recoiling shotgun compresses as simultaneously it expands.
The US emo project Runt. released the three track single Good and Loud on the 30th of August.
A release that reflects on the ease with which it is possible to spend so much effort attempting to please others that sight is lost of ones own essential being and offers as a message the conviction that being true to oneself is more importance than being a chameleon regardless that any sense of isolation this may bring on occasion.
The US emo quintet Chatrooms will be releasing the EP – Fall ’89 – later in the year.
The penultimate of the four tracks on the EP – Homebody – (released yesterday on bandcamp) encircles the listener with flattened guitars that sheer through each other and a steadfast percussion / bass combination as the ever changing tempo gives the sense of a tightening noose through which the morose vocal listlessly surfaces.
Having had the opportunity to hear the EP in full – I recommend adding Fall ’89 to the ‘I’m feeling tetchy’ playlist on arrival.