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Back Catalogue: Psych/Garage Rock

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Wasteland (CD)
Cat: RISECD 223. Rel: 12 Oct 18
  1. I See Through You
  2. Shockwave City
  3. No Return
  4. Blood Runner
  5. Stranger Tonight
  6. Wasteland
  7. Bedouin
  8. Exodus
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  1. Sins
  2. Last Exit To Nowhere
  3. The Death Of The Author
  4. This Is But A Dream
  5. Too Innocent To Be True
  6. Blind I
  7. Blind II
  8. I Can't Resist
  9. This Anaesthetised World
Review: Smokey, heavy, whiskey-soaked and dramatic, Manchester's The Underground Youth provide us with a new album following the two they dropped in 2017. There's something incredibly UK about the band and their sound, which comes with a touch of Madchester about them too for good measure. Album opener "Sins" is about as drastic as anything Nick Cave could come up with, while there's echoes of Joy Division in Craig Dyer's voice throughout, while simultaneously there's something undeniably post-punk about the band's radical production. Edgy, raw and stone-faced yet full of flavour and deep seated in the malaise of melancholic shoegaze, this album title sets it all up really: Montage Images Of Lust & Fear.
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Cat: LAUNCH 172CD. Rel: 13 Sep 19
  1. Emerald Tablet
  2. Konta Chorus
  3. Swimmer
  4. Unquiet Boundary
  5. Transition To The Afterlife
  6. Pickman's Model
  7. Brainsurgeons 3
  8. Do You Believe In Two Gods?
  9. Moonchild
Review: The Utopia Strong might be the most unlikely combination of musical elements imaginable. Coil's Michael J. York, Kavus Torabi of Gong note, the vocals of Miranda Sex Garden's Katharine Blake (albeit rendered almost unrecognisable), a modular synth and, snooker god Steve Davis. But those who know the cue-wielding deity's reputation as a techno, soul, funk, jazz and progressive rock aficionado will understand this one has been a long time coming. So, what do the results sound like? Well, a mixed bag, but all otherworldly and surreal. "Konta Chorus" marries the whirring of machine loops with trippy guitar reverberations, timeless string arpeggios and hypnotic wind sections. "Brainsurgeons 3", running close to 11-minutes, is an epic space-age marriage of techno and sci-fi. Meanwhile, the appropriately named "Moonchild" closes the album out on lengthy refrains of disharmony and subtle, nymph-ish lyrical whispers. A trip and a half.
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