Wednesday, March 8, 2017

This Lonely Crowd – This Lonely Crowd (2017)

  • Alternative rock 
  • Post-metal 
  • Shoegaze 
  • Indie rock 
  • Dream pop 
  • Fuzz pop 
  • Trash metal 
  • Blues 
  • Technical metal

Comment: Curitiba, Brazil-based quintet is back again with their brand new one of being their ninth outing so far. I can remember for their first issue An Endless Moment Everyday All The Time (2010) which was a sublime drift upwards and downwards and left and right on the base of powerful yet druggy guitar haze. Thereafter it can be admitted it would have been always different, always the same. Lots of guitars chords showcased with different penumbras and different power, however, it can be said the combos is searching for new territories to be conquered. For instance, at Go Where People Sleep And See If They Are Safe the combo exploits electronic beats and synthesised bass frequencies to vamp up their mostly dreamy guitar reveries. Otherwise, there are represented cute songs. For instance, Vancian Noise is a fine fuzz pop/dream pop. Yet Florbela Ex-punk, and Cliodinha`s Wave are also fine ones though in other way showing up blackened energy with unexpected explosions with hints to blues and hard rock and trash and technical metal. The lyrics of the album's songs are extractions from well-known classics. This stunning issue is a part of the discography of Brazilian imprint Sinewave.
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