Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Worthy Eardrum Party – Lost Property (2010)

  • Alternative rock 
  • Indie rock 
  • Folk indie 
  • Psychedelic rock 
  • Noise pop 
  • Indie folk 
  • Blues rock 
  • Shoegaze

Comment: all these 11 songs are composed by Angus Rudd, and it is done adeptly and refreshingly for sure. However, this my understanding after listening to a couple of first songs. Even if it might be he did not succeed in vamping up the rock and roll tradition he did follow his own heart and soul to make up a good song-writing at his most earnestness. Moreover, it is an interesting creation through folk-littered guitar music which is spruced up with reverse effects, and psychedelic twists and feedback noises here and there. If one thinks of it as a retrospective one it is much more than just a bare copy of the rock and roll legacy. Angus Rudd is a contemporary man with the influences and visions and that is what makes possible to bridge different eras with one another. You could not find a chink in his armour. If you are listening to his more blaring, cellophane-alike compositions you could hear how it used to decompose and then elevate through the abrasion between those layers. At Watching the Spiral the listener can enjoy the electrification of blues rock which step by step is progressing into a psychedelic exaltation. It is not a case where you could see clinging to sidelong styles and charmless emulation. The self-ironic I Just Can't Write is a churning row of noisy bars and meshes within the auteur is immersed in the idea of a lopsided psychedelic shoegaze progression where beauty and pain are the different sides of the same coin. It is warranted by the churning power and in fact that is enough to get the indulgence for the track. Eventually I have to confess it is an outstanding issue and while would having had a proper place and time it could have had a ground-breaking influence. Listen to it and you will get understand the ennobling point of it. The gem is a part of the discography of Vulpiano Records.
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