Tapping The Vein - Braindance - Brainiac (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Label: Helen Of Oi! - HOO20 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: France • Genre: Rock • Style: Oi, Punk


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  • A metronomic tapping and glockenspiel descends into Brian’s vocal, and slowly other instruments join up, a guitar, a bass, drums briefly, and then more steadily, another voice (Mike Love’s) comes in for the bridge and the chorus, after which, the backing vocals appear briefly in non-verbal form, and by the next chorus, the drums are regular.
  • The duo came together in the summer of with a view to creating spontaneous music, and the following year unveiled debut release Assault Two, issued on 10” vinyl in An album of beats, fractured ambiance and spoken word, Electronic Sound magazine discerned an ‘attractive spell of narcotic delirium’, while Mojo praised ‘Northern electronic shanties and sound collages that feel like .
  • This album is full of dense drones and texture with suggestive melodic phrases intervening at just the right moments. The River is a step in a different direction, with a strong theme and trajectory from start to finish that becomes all the more apparent when listened to in appreciation of one of Chihei’s influences – the film Apocalypse.

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