|Surf Rock Is Dead / Srid|
|Artist:||Surf Rock Is Dead||Added:||12/2015|
|Add Date:||2015-12-13||Pull Date:||2016-02-14|
|Week Ending:||14 Feb||7 Feb||31 Jan||24 Jan||17 Jan||10 Jan||3 Jan||27 Dec|
|1.||Sat, 13 Feb 16:||ray futia.|
|4.||Fri, 29 Jan 16:||Francis D|
|2.||Sat, 13 Feb 16:||Eme O|
|5.||Thu, 28 Jan 16:||Telepathic Juan|
In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand [W16C]
|3.||Sun, 31 Jan 16:||Snotty The Kitten|
The Snotty The Kitten Show
|6.||Wed, 27 Jan 16:||aandreaa|
Surfy dreamy guitar pop. No FCCs. RIYL Captured Tracks|
1. (3:18) Anymore - Solid surf track. Jangly guitars, lyrics reminiscent of Beach Fossils. 2:20 and onward builds in more guitar distortion. Two sets of vocals layered over each other at the end.
*2. (3:30) Zen A - Much more guitar-driven. Clear post-punk influences, strong drumming. Propulsive, subtle bassline comes in around 1:20. Lots of cool guitar fills and variations throughout. Melancholy, resonant concluding guitar line at the end. Gorgeous.
*3. (3:32) Late Risers - Everything about this reminds me of Gemini-era Wild Nothing. Vocals are more prominent here. Jangly guitars again. Concludes with a very C86 guitar outro.
*4. (3:53) Never Be the Same - Chiming guitars. Strong DIIV vibes. Wistful vocals which tend to repeat the song title. More dream pop than the rest of the EP. The last one-third of the song is absolutely gorgeous, masterfully crafts together insistent, reverbed-out guitars and vocals drifting lightly beneath the reverb, slowly waning in urgency.
|2.||Zen A||4.||Never Be The Same|