The Japanese garage-rock quartet Falsettos release their début and eponymous LP on the 2nd of February.
The first song to surface from the album, which is also the first of the nine on the release – 6 – is more expansive than much of their previous material with the keys taking a more prominent foothold in the track resulting in a song which has the paced slowed and a surf-gaze dreaminess to the piece.
The latest track to surface Little Sister is of more furious temper than music of their last considered.
A throbbing bass pumps through the speakers prior to be joined by a sublime drum which snaps like a taut elastic band with vocal and guitar joining in to add the bristling composition as it rebounds through the room minding the listener of watching a pinball bouncing around the table.
The frayed guitar and roaring vocal counter balanced against the shorn bass / percussion gives Little Sister a sonic resonance that marks this out as track to immediately add to the – when I want to break furniture as I dance – playlist.
The Danish garage-rock quartet Tin Can Telescope released the single Scorch Your Face today.
Tin Can Telescope – photo by – Magnus Hyltoft Thomsen
Scorch Your Face (available on bandcamp) is a thumping rock’n’roll number that has the audience delightedly dancing around the room as a thrubbing bass bounces against the spring percussion with guitar skipping through the ears and the vocal, which spins through the ears rounding out a song that sadly only lasts for two and two thirds minutes.
Having had the opportunity to listen to their back catalogue I can attest this is a band to bring out to play anytime life needs an injection of positive energy.