|Public Practice / Distance Is A Mirror|
|Album:||Distance Is A Mirror||Collection:||General|
|Label:||Wharf Cat Records|
|Add Date:||2018-11-24||Pull Date:||2019-01-26|
|Week Ending:||27 Jan||20 Jan||13 Jan||6 Jan||16 Dec||9 Dec||2 Dec|
|1.||Wed, 23 Jan 19:||Super Chuck|
The Fuzz Deli
|4.||Wed, 16 Jan 19:||Super Chuck|
The Fuzz Deli
|2.||Wed, 23 Jan 19:||DJ Stace|
|5.||Thu, 10 Jan 19:||Nomad|
|3.||Fri, 18 Jan 19:||Jon Cousins|
KZSU Time Traveler’s Token Brit Assistant
|6.||Sun, 06 Jan 19:||a.b. en masse|
truth to force
The debut EP from New York band Public Practice, Distance is a Mirror, is a confident, juried testimony of love steeped in dark optimism. Dry, dead pan vocals chant over skittish guitar and danceable 70s grooves—songs snapping like rubber bands—seesawing between post-punk and its insomniac twin sister disco. The band uses post-punk and puts it very danceable. There is always a loose groove, which is sometimes poppy then atmospheric varied. Overall, all four tracks are outstanding.|
Like: WALL, Talking Heads, Pill, B Boys
1.Fate/Glory (2:38) Dancefloor gripping groove. A hit!
2.Bad Girl(s) (2:07) A bit punkiger and brittle, but the foot keeps rocking.
3.Foundation (3:41) Spacy guitar sounds and fades into a funk rhythm.
4.Into the Ring (3:56) great groove that goes from stand-offish to a full sexy embrace when it kicks into gear.
|2.||Bad Girl(S)||4.||Into The Ring|