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THE SECOND CUMMING
Better atmosphere and slick production then memorable songs. You can't build an album by a glazey Scandy indie girl vocals alone, whaaat, unless you think you're Rod Stewart. Listening to this is like downing two bottles of Nyquil. Pass it along to JajajaMusic, they'll eat it up.
There's some yuppie in Haugesund who bought this at Elkjøp. One in the sea of 10000000 burnt down (but not really) whiteman singer-songwriters. Features a bunch of American guests probably just paid off with Kulturåd (Cultural) grants to gain album "cred". Very, very difficult to sit through this entire album.
Drama. Intrigue. Wild hooks. Jam-packed with eccentric melody. Continues where their previous singles left off. A grower, but highly recommended.
King Crimson-like soundtrack to a high speed car chase in fill in the blank 80's television show. Proggy. Snobby. Reeks of musicianship, if that's your thing.
Combining the blandness of Coldplay, and the “excitement” of Skal Vi Stupe, you get Töcksfors. Who's Gonna Let You Down? Töcksfors, obviously.
If you like 50’s r'n'r music filled with cliches about spending yr last dime on beer, tattoos, and staring down the barrel of a gun- then this is for you. But why not listen to the real thing instead? The Lucky Bullets can play, but lets face it; it’s a tired genre. Some annoying vocals here that I can’t get past. Guess what guys? You’re not from the American heartland.
Hey, Barren Womb guys. Beard of Doom is a really good title. So good, in fact, that I kind expected a rad song. But building up a minimalistic riff for 3 minutes, blastbeating for a minute, then doing the same quiet riff again doesn´t do the title justice. Reminds me more of actually growing a beard, which is boring and itchy.
I've heard this compared to The Rapture. Ugh. Amazingly, I'm still going to listen. "Dead End" started ok but blew it after 1:05. Dude, Denmark. No one else does, but I believe you can do better. C'mon.