|Notekillers / Airport + Ants|
|Album:||Airport + Ants||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2006-04-23||Pull Date:||2006-06-25|
|Week Ending:||25 Jun||18 Jun||11 Jun||4 Jun||28 May||21 May||14 May||7 May|
|1.||Jun 23, 2006:||Under the Radar |
|4.||Jun 13, 2006:||lick my moody guitar |
|2.||Jun 21, 2006:||back page |
|5.||Jun 08, 2006:||Baptism of Solitude |
|3.||Jun 20, 2006:||lick my moody guitar |
|6.||May 30, 2006:||America's Least Wanted |
|Elias (Dr Furious)|
Blistery instrumental single by seminal and now reunited post-punkers. A few years ago, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth brought these obscure Philly post-punkers (ca 1978) to the light of indie publicity. This is brand new and picks up from where exactly these punkers left it 30 years ago. Their sound is a distinct concoction of blistery drumming and thick guitars which have that metallc dissonant/angular post-punk edge that can only be compared to the great works of Glenn Branca. Dig track #1. The shit’s so freaking good!!! Play, play, play.|
1. Frenetic drumming and some amazing guitar work dancing between a thick wall of cold sonic noise and blissful texturing of dissonance. Very symphonic and epic. This puts a smile on Glenn Branca’s face. I can see it as I am listening.
2. More spacey-bouncy jam. March vs. groove and lots of dissonance and angularity thrown in between. I fancy track 1 more than this.