SURPRISE!!! December's Record of the Month is the first LP in NINE YEARS from cult Australian rock band Eddy Current Suppression...
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SURPRISE!!! December's Record of the Month is the first LP in NINE YEARS from cult Australian rock band Eddy Current Suppression Ring, with All In Good Time dropping out of knowhere on Castle Face.
“It is impossible to deny no one sounds like Eddy Current. I was hooked from riff one and I was lucky enough to do a full tour of Australia with them years ago—good fucking boys, simple as beer and chips, and that satisfying live. But that’s not to say there aren’t odd complexities to their definitive sound. “You can smell Mikey Young’s guitar approach like Sasquatch rustling the bushes, every time you think you see the bend ahead, you go into a tunnel or backtrack for a moment, then back to a nice place you can call home. Rob [Solid]’s bass is pub-fuzz groove. It’s shellson- the-floor and leaning-against-the wall-with-one-hand-while-youhave- a-piss thinking: maybe you can take that guy? Only one way to find out— oh wait, he’s smiling…nice bloke!
Danny [Young]’s drums are a clinic in reservedness: 4-on-the-floor. This guy’s Charlie Watts in the looking glass, every hit a necessity—solid, not flashy, like the lead street tough in a ‘70s flick. He don’t say much, but it counts. And then there is Brendan [Huntley], be-gloved lead mensch in this quartet. Singing with earnest street poet confidence, his message coming in on the weird-wire, hard to describe, best to just listen and see: a pubpunk- priest. “We are very pleased to have these boys back on the streets. It had been far too long.” —John Dwyer
1. All In Good Time 2. Medieval Wall 3. Shoulders 4. Our Quiet Whisper 5. Voices 6. Reoccuring Dream 7. Vicariously Living 8. Future Self 9. Human Race 10. Like A Comet 11. Modern Man
Features members of Total Control (Mikey Young) and Boomgates.