|Beaches / Eternal Sphere|
|Add Date:||2011-07-24||Pull Date:||2011-09-25|
|Week Ending:||25 Sep||18 Sep||11 Sep||4 Sep||28 Aug||21 Aug||14 Aug||7 Aug|
|1.||Aug 01, 2013:||Home Free |
|4.||Sep 20, 2011:||Air Drop: Oh My Goth! |
|2.||Sep 26, 2011:||Ghost Trees (cont..) |
|5.||Sep 17, 2011:||ThermoNuclear Bar |
|3.||Sep 22, 2011:||YOUTH DEMOGRAPHIC RADIO: THE RETURN OF THE YOUFF |
|6.||Sep 16, 2011:||sounds |
In A While
Sun drenched Australian psych-rock all the way. "From 1960s hit parades to 1970s psychedelia, shoegaze to prog, southern boogie to krautrock" is how the band puts it and a great description it is. Vocals low in the mix and damn this is a good one for the summer months. Heavy, heavy, heavy on electric guitar.|
1 (4:30) Crunching guitars, psychy backing/lead vocals with a solid rhythm lead this one all the way.
*2 (3:03) Crashing guitars and percussion, groovy. Really distorted near the end, vocals buried in the mix. The single?
3 (5:57) Meandering in all the right ways, distorted, cacophonous, female and male vox complement the rocking, hazy guitars.
*4 (6:07) More quiet parts than the other tracks, but still crashing; hey, a long psych track is what we want. Blistering, awesome.
|1.||In A While||3.||Eternal Sphere|