Tuesday, May 09, 2017
With its title borrowing from the band's 1996 album of the same name, "Absolutego" is somewhat of a return to form for Boris, their last few albums a series of pop-fueled excursions, hook-heavy and melodic. Having just toured for the 10-year anniversary of their much-celebrated album, Pink, Boris's want of muddied distortion seems to owe itself to that series of shows. Its oozing bass tone and rattling percussion generates a welcome mire of viscous delight. With a stinging cry from guitarist Wata, her notes ascend beyond the muck midway just before the song shifts into doom-laden shriek and battery. It's damn near perfect.
Dear is up for pre-order here, available in LP and CD formats. The official U.S. release date is July 14th via Sargent House.
Letters From A Tapehead
New Selections — Death Valley Girls, Saturn and the Sun, Eiko Ishibashi, Hekla, The Soft Moon, An Eagle in your Mind, J Mascis, Cripple Bastards, Pig Destroyer
Some new singles and others I've been meaning to post. Enjoy. Death Valley Girls : " More Dead " (via Stereo Sanctit...
Boston area label, I Heart Noise , will be reissuing Tommy Bell , a highly obscure indie rock album from Boston's own, Turkish Deligh...
As a manifesto for change, there's something interestingly similar to Charlie Haden 's Liberation Music Orchestra I hear with &quo...