|Deaf Wish / Lithium Zion|
|Label:||Sub Pop Records|
|Add Date:||2018-08-26||Pull Date:||2018-10-28|
|Week Ending:||28 Oct||21 Oct||14 Oct||16 Sep||9 Sep||2 Sep|
|1.||Jun 04, 2022:||Music Casserole |
|4.||Oct 27, 2018:||Music Casserole |
Afraid For You
|2.||Sep 30, 2021:||Magnetized Toner (rebroadcast from Jul 22, 2021) |
|5.||Oct 25, 2018:||Butter and Jams |
Deep Blue Cheated
|3.||Jul 22, 2021:||Magnetized Toner (rebroadcast from Oct 24, 2017) |
|6.||Oct 18, 2018:||Being as an ocean |
The Rat Is Back
Australian post-punk quartet Deaf Wish are one of those bands that are incomparable to most bands falling under the rock n’ roll umbrella. However, they manage to keep that distinct, raw Aussie-rock soundscape alive. Once they signed to Sub Pop, their roster and sound steadied, and on Lithium Zion, they take another step toward bringing order to their glorious chaos.|
Like: Total Control, Sonic Youth, Twerps, Wax Idols
Play: 2, 4, 8
1.Easy (4:43) Brighter hooks the song get lost in the fuzzy riffs before snapping back to reality.
2.FFS (2:13) No wave guitars, plundering forth heedlessly for the song's rapid 2 minutes.
3.Metal Carnage (2:37) Heady Sonic Youth flashbacks.
4.The Rat Is Back (4:44) Mid-tempo rumbler with dreamy vocals at the end.
5.Ox (2:44) Rapid-fire dispatch, density and sonic collision of rhythm and riffs.
6.Hitachi Jackhammer (1:16) One-minute blast of noise.
7.Lithium Zion (2:50) Fuzzed-out trail of guitar notes.
8.Deep Blue Cheated (4:16) Dark cinematic undertones with emotionally intense speak-sing vocals.
9.Birthday (2:22) Dreamy indie punk like "Eric's Trip"
10.Afraid For You (3:44) Haunting spoken-word passage melodic discord.
11.Smoke (6:08) Woozy, epic careening closer.
|3.||Metal Carnage||8.||Deep Blue Cheated|
|4.||The Rat Is Back||9.||Birthday|
|5.||Ox||10.||Afraid For You|