Tin Can Telescope – Just Another Day Of (Pack)aging – Single Review

Tin Can Telescope, the Danish garage-rock quartet, revealed the single Just Another Day Of (Pack)aging a few hours ago.

Tin Can Telescope - photo by Jakob Villumsen

Tin Can Telescope – photo by Jakob Villumsen

Just Another Day Of (Pack)aging is their most ambitious track and showcases a band who are unafraid to try out new ideas – most importantly the new ideas Tin Can Telescope try often seem to result in their best work to date – this being no exception as the bristling energy of their earlier work is retained, whilst the layering of the track and its duration of a tad under seven minutes, allows them to explore more fully the contexts of the song and the end result evidencing of a quartet who have the potential of much more to offer the world of music and I look forward to continuing to follow their development.

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Tin Can Telescope – The Modern Blues in Silverfish Sandals – Audio

The Danish garage rock quartet Tin Can Telescope released the EP Put Down the Chainsaw, Honey on the 8th.

Tin Can Telescope - The Modern Blues in Silverfish Sandals

Tin Can Telescope

The room fills with bursting flashes of energy on hitting play as the five track EP (available on bandcamp) launches through the speakers in high tempo pulses.

Tin Can Telescope create music with infectious twists and turns of jangling rock’n’roll which has the listener joining in with the unfettered good time music lain, conversely, to introspective lyric. The opening track is The Modern Blues in Silverfish Sandals.

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Tin Can Telescope – Scorch Your Face – Single Review

The Danish garage-rock quartet Tin Can Telescope released the single Scorch Your Face today.

Tin Can Telescope - photo by - Magnus Hyltoft Thomsen

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.

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