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The visceral strength of their performance trembles out of the speakers.
Much like H70s, this record serves as a gateway drug— if you were ever looking for an album to play to a newbie curious about experimental rock, this would be it.
There’s a youthful aggression here, a churning anger, deadened by pounding drone.
“On the spectrum of The Dead C’s sound output, Trouble could very well be seen as springing from the same realm as the massive “Driver UFO,” one of the band’s greatest tracks ever, off Harsh 70s Reality.
Robbie Yeats has been performing of late as backup for Alastair Galbraith. Barry says: Fuzzed-out psychedelic drone has never sounded so good.
Bruce Russell has just released a captivating solo album on Feeding Tube, while Michael Morley’s solo project Gate just put out a release on MIE. “We are in a creative highpoint for the trio at the moment. The magnificence of their stamina survives each album side. I take solace in knowing that one out of every thirty of you reading this know exactly what I’m talking about. It strikes to the essence of my being and reveals what otherwise remains hidden. Immersive found sounds, vocal samples and skittering distant beats abound, this is as much a piece of musical history as it is an artistic statement. It’s not because we’re inspired to support our local music scene. It brings up emotions with which I’m otherwise unfamiliar.