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See Through Dresses
(post-punk, indie rock / US)
See Through Dresses released their debut self-titled LP in November of 2013. Principal songwriters Mathew Carroll and Sara Bertuldo (which was part of Tim Kashers latest Album “Adult Film” and did the whole US-Tour), along with drummer Nate Van Fleet, have crafted a catalogue of songs indebted to classic post-punk and new wave artists of the 80′s, but their sonic footprint more closely resembles the textural treatments of 90′s dream-pop and shoegaze. The arrangements often build as though to erupt, only to implode. There are moments when Bertuldo and Carroll sound noxious and distant, their voices doused in reverb, their guitars droning and pulsing. When the clouds look dark, See Through Dresses offer flashes of pure pop sunshine to punctuate those moments of isolation and distance. At their most hopeful, they remind us of the simplicity of longing and the eagerness that accompanies an expectation for love in a loveless culture. At their most honest, See Through Dresses portray a dull terror born of idleness, sickness, and failure. The result is a well-rounded catalogue that disillusions as it comforts and soothes as it burns by injecting the familiarity of music-gone-by with lyrics about regrettable psychologies – it’s a total bummer that’s still fun to listen to.
The Sweet Release of Death
(alternative, noisepop/ Rotterdam, NL)
Rotterdam-based trio The Sweet Release of Death's fiery, spectral noise rock paroxysm channels morbid fascinations, twisted desires and moonstricken fantasies with an almost painterly narrative. The band utilizes a myriad of influences in their vast wellspring: Sonic Youth, low budget horror flicks, Miranda July, Tyler, The Creator, to name a few. Their intriguing debut LP Bulb, recorded at producer Corno "Space
Siren" Zwetsloot's Next To Jaap Studio, comprising eleven succinct tracks that anxiously fluctuate between blissful dementia and ominous peril.
(lofi grunge, AT)
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