|Tammar / Visits|
|Label:||Suicide Squeeze Records|
|Add Date:||2012-02-12||Pull Date:||2012-04-15|
|Week Ending:||4 Mar|
|1.||Feb 29, 2012:||meow |
Relatively solid rock record. Some of the songs can get boring / go on too long, and it’s nearly impossible to make out what the singer is saying, but there are some gorgeous moments in here too. Sounds like a combination of Pinback and Nirvana. Best tracks: 2, 3, 7. No FCCs detected, although it’s often hard to understand the singer.|
1. 6:33 Muted singing, gets kind of plodding near the middle, but good percussion.
2*. 4:04 Relatively uptempo, handclaps. Generally airy and light, with a heavier section in the middle.
3*. 5:03 Guitar sounds like that in Baba O'Riley, with some singing and some indistinct melodic sing-yelling
4. 7:16 Eerie, slow intro, then adds more instrumentals. Chill, pretty. Picks up a little in the last two minutes.
5. 8:36 Very odd intro, sounds like you’re in a cave with echoing sound… Mostly instrumental.
6. 5:40 Midtempto, more singing which seems more intentional and doesn’t drown under instrumentals as in some other songs.
7*. 7:17 Beautiful singing with very light, simple, clean guitars. Percussion added at about 2:00.
|1.||Heavy Tonight||4.||Deep Witness|
|2.||Summer Fun||5.||Arrows Underwater|
|3.||The Last Line||6.||Yung Jun|