|Various Artists / Street Pyramids/Mosshead Split|
|Album:||Street Pyramids/Mosshead Split||Collection:||Review Shelf|
|Label:||20 Sided Records|
|Add Date:||2012-06-09||Pull Date:||2012-08-12|
|Week Ending:||1 Jul||24 Jun||17 Jun|
|1.||Mon, 25 Jun 12:||Mister Esquire|
meow after midnight
|3.||Wed, 13 Jun 12:||Your Imaginary Friend|
|2.||Thu, 21 Jun 12:||Mister Esquire|
Street Pyramids/Mosshead Split 7"|
20 Sided Records
Reviewed By Underbelly
Split 7" with Street Pyramids and Mosshead. A side delivers a muted groove with watery guitars and quiet vocals. B side reminds me of Built to Spill and Blonde Redhead.
Recommended: A1, B1
A1: Bass commanding the groove with some crazy sound effects. Loving the distortion on the guitar. Trippy, dreamy vibe. Airy male-female vocal harmonies reminds of Headlights. Perfect for cruisin' on a summer night.
B1: A sinister arpeggiated guitar groove thats got my head bobbin'. Has a Built to Spill-esque vibe to it. Inventive guitar work, I like their use of harmony.
B2: More straightforward than their first song, with actual male vocals. Interesting guitar/vocal interplay, this band obviously has got it together.
|1.||Street Pyramids||They Say Visions|