Johnny Kills – Seems – Single Review

Yesterday the English garage-grunge trio, Johnny Kills, released the single Seems.

Johnny Kills - Seems

Johnny Kills

No, you haven’t got a fly buzzing inside your speakers it really is the coils of the sawing guitar introducing the track.

Rapidly building in to a fuller sound – Seems – is in some ways a distillation of their previous songs as it draws on many elements which were the pivots of earlier pieces to create a fusion of  their creative influences affording the track a familiarity, for those who know their music, with a fresh space of its own.

There is a grunge style welding of the emphasis of mid bar and slumping endings which affords the calmly paced composition its gloopiness while the expansive vocal, conversely, gives Seems a breezy zest making for a track that is an antidote to the daily grind of life.

Seems – Single – Johnny Kills is available on iTunes.*

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Sharkmuffin – Little Bird – Video

The US garage-grunge trio Sharkmuffin release the LP Tsuki on the 5th of May.

Sharkmuffin - Tsuki - artwork

Sharkmuffin – Tsuki – artwork

The fourth of the fifteen tracks on the roughly thirty seven minutes album (available on bandcamp) Little Bird – marks a welcome return the site by Sharkmuffin after an almost two year gap, with their familiar flattened notation and blurry guitars.

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