On the 29th the US alt-rock trio ViceVersa released the single Move.
This is the third occasion in which ViceVersa have featured and each time they have pulled up to the desk with a slightly different toolkit.
Move, which is available on bandcamp, finds them with a lighter texturing, most noticeably missing are the dirty twisted guitar and grumbling bass which have given space for them to deliver a song that extends an invitation to join on the dancefloor and sway with the groove.
Their eye on social inequities is not lost however, with the intention of Move being to offer a song in which the grind of life can be cast aside for the just under three and a half-minutes of its duration.
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The US alt-rock trio ViceVersa released the AA side single Soulja/Hip Hop yesterday.
Available on bandcamp, the release comprises of tracks with very different temperaments – Hip Hop being a grime cover version while Soulja – my pick of the release being a funky dirty-blues number that bleeds extended guitar riffs through the room which find the listener bending the strings on their air-guitar while knotting their finger joints in accompaniment.
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The US alt-rock trio ViceVersa released the LP The Electric Flame on the 12th.
A nine track album (available on bandcamp) full of brightly wrapped sweets in a pick and mix selection, each a delight in its own right and as a collection makes for a just over half an hour of goodies to savour.
Ranging from garage fuzz, through flourishing rock riffs to psychedelic kaleidoscopes the songs on The Electric Flame always has an analogue texture giving the music a retro-feel.
A band I look forward hearing more from in short order. By way of an introduction the middle track is Funk Your Face.
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