|Various Artists / Never Forgive|
|Album:||Never Forgive||Collection:||General 12"|
|Add Date:||2012-05-05||Pull Date:||2012-07-08|
|Week Ending:||17 Jun||13 May|
|1.||Wed, 20 Mar 13:||Grumpy Sean|
Minding The Gap
|3.||Thu, 10 May 12:||aj|
The Fall of Math
|2.||Fri, 15 Jun 12:||Adam & Luke|
|eveningly infinitely wipes|
Work/Piles - Never Forgive - Rad Key Records|
Split album with distortion dour damage rock from Work (ex-16 Bitch Pile-Up and ex-High Castle) sounds like the crush crunch of Godstomper and Amps for Christ on the A Side, then with way more energy come keys and drums magic pop with the Celtic, American carnival, and frenchyness of Piles (ex-Numbers) of not really math nor video game music or electrocore, but is along the lines of Buzz and Pas De Deux, on B Side. Get Rockcasting.
FCC- Side B #5
A1 2:00 Who arm circles, Jimmy Page-ian time control.
A2 1:30 "Let me wild" song-lines without violin/banjo, and dirty bass note stop/go crossings.
A3 1:45 drum patter lyric lock, not as hard as it sounds subject/musicianship concept.
A4 1:18 no exit stasis, switchboard hazing the sound man.
A5 1:24 key/note lock down slide/wobble sound, riff quote 'nobody loves me, I am nothing...' listen and remember.
A6 2:04 got a bad habit door shutters, feeling bad and mean, curses oh life, "there is no way out of here for you" roommate predicament.
A7 1:38 duo sing. going to psychodonuts, "coming for my high", '(she) oh so precious (we) feeling fine'.
A8 2:27 bluezy broad love, 'crazy on you', 'bite out your hair shave you clean', sweet pathological lines.
A9 2:01 iron will, tug-o-war, rock warring.
B2 2:10 more Native American than not, with 2x the melody.
B3 3:32 almost bagpipes from the organ, almost a cover.
B4 4:15 listen for whooooooooaaaaaaaaa singing.
B5 FCC 2:38 FCC goes "don't be sad" also might be saying fucker. works brings to mind other happy rock music and sunny summer weather.
B8 2:07 whistling, carousel music.