Album Review

Los Llamarada – “Gone Go Ne Cold” – [SS Records]

Grizzly Adam   11/28/2011   12-inch, A Library

This group, named after the drummers last name, have a great deal of form to their playing, all the more difficult to do considering the amount of abrasiveness in their music; a great deal of rock forms under their belt. It is a garage sound, meaning the substance of the interplay might migrate across several sounds of the genre as they pick and choose the appropriate passage sound leading the way forward. It is easy to imagine the group embracing shoe gaze performance theory, a looking down delivery. Most songs have 2 guitars in grit with each other. Another group with comparable qualities might be Taboo. A1 Grew to be annoying; not Eternal Tapestry etc., and too much VU in the brain. A2 AMT and language (shit). A3 Female vocals. Sounds like a lady asking “Did you cheat on me?”. A4 Silver Apples without the goofy pop. A5 With harmonica, a good track! A6 Rhythm guitar chuga chuga, and melody from bass along side feed back harmonics. B1 Buzz chill. B2 Crunching hard drives poised for failure and corruption. B3 Female screamer. Rhizome rock organics. B4 Safety failure and city on lockdown vibe. As well, bass to the forefront. B5 Power goes to the drummer, and the resulting noise straight to our heads. B6 Arabian feedback. B7 Slow cowpoke rock club.
-Eveningly Infinitely Wipes Scrub Sonny Atoms Grizzly Adam

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