Articles by Anthony Cooley
The Tasmanian band’s second self-titled release is hard to put words to, but hey. It’s a landscape record, It’s a introspective record and it captures so perfectly what (I think) they’re trying to do.
Recorded earlier this year, ‘Jim’ is the band’s third a fucking mean one to boot. The release is a near 40 minutes of desolate unwavering desolation.
Recorded this year, the Melbourne band’s self-titled LP is the perfect mix of haunting atmospheres, devastating heaviness and melancholic swathes.
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On ‘Heteronomy’, the polyrhythmic electro world grooves on display wade through the band’s deep fascination with the deep inner workings of the human mind from a spiritual perspective. The album is strewn with fascinating references to spirituality and the mechanics of perception itself and the music is just bullshit cool.