|Autolux / Pussy's Dead|
|Album:||Pussy's Dead||Collection:||Out for Review|
|Label:||30th Century Records/Columbia|
|Add Date:||2017-06-08||Pull Date:||2017-08-10|
|Week Ending:||6 Aug||30 Jul||23 Jul||16 Jul||9 Jul||2 Jul||25 Jun||18 Jun|
|1.||Sun, 07 Jan 18:||Jon Cousins|
|4.||Thu, 27 Jul 17:||agent scully|
|2.||Thu, 03 Aug 17:||Jon Cousins|
|5.||Thu, 27 Jul 17:||Jon Cousins|
|3.||Mon, 31 Jul 17:||aandreaa|
|6.||Thu, 20 Jul 17:||Jon Cousins|
Autolux - Pussy's Dead|
Autolux strive to piece together a web of different noises, ranging from blips and bleeps to distorted guitar fuzz and string-breaking strumming to pop-based vocal harmonies, in order to create a package much greater than the sum of its parts. Pussy’s Dead feels like a richer and more faithful articulation of what Autolux attempted with 2010’s Transit Transit, an album that does an excellent job flirting with the texture that Broadcast mastered a few years before, but falls flat under its own complexity.
Alternative, electro-rock, post punk.
Like: Swirlies, Radiohead, No Joy, Ride.
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1.Selectallcopy (4:26) rollicking opening track, synthesized layers of cacophony
2.Soft Scene (5:06) Bizarre and a little pop song.
3.Hamster Suite (3:03) Mid tempo track similarities to Deerhunter and Blonde Redhead in its opulent make up.
4.Junk for code (3:22)Kicky marching drum beat, bleating stabs of horns, and weakly leaning synth notes
5.Anonymous (2:48) Dark drainer very interesting track
6.Brainwasher (3:07) Funky, sudsy cycle of rat-tat-tat drum beats and falsetto vocals.
7.Listen To The Order (4:16) Kinetic drum beat, hi-hat scintillation, and low-gear guitar grind.
8.Reappearing (2:51) Dark, Slow, sad and full of reverb.
9.Change My Head (5:05) Drony vocals direct tune with its verse/chorus/verse structure.
10.becker (4:21) Gently strummed acoustic guitar, plaintive ballad.
|2.||Soft Scene||7.||Listen To The Order|
|4.||Junk For Code||9.||Change My Head|