Here From The Neck Down
Lo-fi post-rock with a zinging jungle feel is what opener 'Member', is all about and it creates quite a mystical atmosphere from the authoritative base of Robert Corless' roaming Mark E Smith style vocals. This Manchester outfit have been going over ten years and it shows in their confidence to deviate from standard musical structures, in this 3 track flicker of the outfit's vision. The beat laden 'Sherman' possesses lyrical grit and hounding backing vocals help to chase the track along to produce a raw offering of provocative darkness. A coated acoustic laden indie with a dab of folk number 'Had An Accident', sees the vocals receiving a neat spit and polish to show a crisp edge to this earnest outfit.
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