|Dead Neighbors / Less|
|Add Date:||2018-06-26||Pull Date:||2018-08-28|
|Week Ending:||19 Aug||5 Aug||22 Jul||1 Jul|
|1.||Aug 16, 2018:||butterscotch memory |
|4.||Jul 18, 2018:||The Fuzz Deli |
|2.||Aug 01, 2018:||Brownian Motion |
|5.||Jul 18, 2018:||Brownian Motion |
|3.||Jul 19, 2018:||Homeroom |
|6.||Jun 30, 2018:||Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles |
Athens post-punk trio Dead Neighbors have kept their sophomore LP on the shelf for nearly a year. While the band was busy touring and trying to find a label, its most poignant and compelling work to date has been floating just beneath the surface, waiting to emerge. Sonically, Dead Neighbors remain anchored by a slack-rock sound that occasionally veers into the realms of emo and punk. |
Like: Ovlov, Washer, Pile
FCC on 5
Play: 2, 3, 4
1.No Escape (5:26) A cacophony of sloppy and effective noise.
2.Same Thing (4:31) Dirty guitars ratcheting up the tension.
3.Drown 2 (3:17) Vocal emo melodies slow paste guitars.
4.Longevity (3:37) Fast indie post punk.
5.Over It (3:32) Mid tempo melodic garage.
6.Sleeping (2:45) Fast drums and guitars lo fi indie rock.
7.(d) (8:02) Delay and reverb dron-y guitars instrumental.
8.Indifference (6:51) Haunting raw slack-rock.
|1.||No Escape||5.||Over It|