The track starts already strutting through the forests of fairytales. That delicious little guitar riff has a swagger to it that reflects the bravado of the song’s subject. It is all shoulders and high knees as it marches to the page turning excitement of the drum shocks.
Gravity Circus is a black hole, the density of this huge sound implodes on itself and sucks anything that passes by its orbit to get sucked right into the supernova sound.
They claim that they’re the spearhead of a Nu-Madchester revival, sharp and pointed, it’s well aimed, powerfully thrown, and sure to pierce the armour of the unsure.
The Pleasure Dome is the kind of punk that could easily become an art exhibit. It has this effortless cool and self awareness that helps it pop vividly out of the static on your new music stream.
Ida Maria sounds like the past tipsy beauty in the street, mascara smudged, cat calling fellas as they exit the bar. Bouncing from a drunken slur to surprisingly poetic moments of perfect clarity. Flipping the finger at those that wander over and those that walkaway alike.
Pop-punk done right, Sketch perfectly blends the raw aggression and hard edges of punk with something a bit more melodic. It’s choruses take off in the direction of a thrash metal ballad but maintain a dry wit.
Over it’s relatively short playtime ‘King Kaiten’ evolves from the mist into this fuzzy/hazy masterpiece, distorted and delicious. It’s intricate layers peeling back just enough to let you a glimpse at the one below.
‘Pre-Pangea’ comes galloping in on frenetic guitar strums that evoke the hooves of the horsemen of the apocalypse. It’s pure raw raucousness oozing from the melted flesh caused by the very first chord and this bubbling primordial energy continues throughout its entirety.
It’s synthy, it’s sexy, it’s supercharged with neon glow. New track ‘Neon Prayer’ by Supertaste is a gourmet serving, at just under 3 minutes it might still leave you hungry, but the presentation and stingy portion size is sure to get it rave reviews on the 5* eating circuit.
The new Shedonist track begins with a sexy sultry somber as it sidles in slowly. Once it’s close enough to feel the static electricity between lips in anticipation of a kiss it drives a knife up in-between the ribs.