Shoegazing Sub Pop-ers & Parquet Courts approved Art Rock in fresh double-bill
On their first issue ‘Moaning’ (out 2 March ’18), these Sub Pop debutants totally revive the vibe of the days when bands like Joy Division, The Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees and P.I.L. still ran the place. Aside from postpunk, shoegaze and new wave, the trio from L.A. injects a good chunk of grunge into their fantastic debut singles ‘Don’t Go’ and ‘Artificial’.
Yet another brand new Sub Pop gem to be discovered!
These New York Art Rockers didn't just release their debut album ‘Endless Scroll’ on ‘What’s Your Rupture Records’ (there were the likes of Parquet Courts also abide). Austin Brown, of that same Parquet Courts, also provided the production on the album. Are you just as curious as we are?
For fans of Joy Division, Preoccupations, Interpol, A Place To Bury Strangers, The Cure, Basement, Metz, Citizen, …
In the press ‘A snappy, cut-throat piece of punked out indie rock that makes its point in 2 minutes 56 seconds’ – Clash Music over single ‘Don’t Go’
‘Utterly thrilling, almost certainly the best thing you'll hear/watch today’ – NME over single ‘Don’t Go’