Not much more to say about this record, except that it will certainly make you lose your head. Noise tracks, pop tracks, animal tracks, railroad tracks, heroin tracks, every track you could imagine, all in one album.
I put together this compilation for the Wolf Review (Literary Journal) released just this month. It is composed of alternating bands/projects from Fayetteville or those that have traveled through. This is for Wolf Review's second issue, go check it out and order it at their website. here's the tracklisting and a link to download the comp.
Motorbikes- How to Execute?
Fire Don't Care- Consequence No Consequence
Netherfriends- More Than Friends Who Like Good Music
Timber!- Blue Lips
Power Animal- Untitled
Niall- No Nature
The Kicker Knot- Foreign Math
Daniel Francis Doyle- How Can You Work?
Messy Sparkles- Thank God
No One Conquered Wyoming- Splitfoot
Oicho Kabu- Mateus E O Rabanete
Memphis Pencils- Like Toast and Tolerance
The New Heaven and the New Earth- St. Valentine (alt. version)
1960's Indonesian girl-pop band. Bouncy melodies created with slap back vocals and bright, jangly guitars. It isn't a difficult feat to imagine these girls bouncing around a pastel pink stage with hollow bodies and defiant grins. This album is meant for your T-bird and that good attitude you had stashed away in your closet all winter.
Favorite album of 2009. Swollen chord organs blanket mumbled verses reminiscent of talking in ones sleep. Guitars stumble through, track by track, with no intention or expectation. Drums bounce and click with minimal bass, all meshing together in a sonic pile of leaves.
The warmth of the sun battling a cold wind, like the volume of a voice struggling against a wave of excited children.