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Dub Thompson – 9 Songs. Dead Oceans) UK release date: 9 June 2014. by Dylan Kilby published: 9 Jun 2014 in Albums. It’s been twisted, contorted, rolled up, flatten, warped, smashed, deconstructed, reconstructed, de-reconstructed, and bent into a variety of forms – from UK82 to post-punk – but it’s certainly not dead. Dub Thompson is, quite frankly, weird. Songs like Dograces have a distinct krautrock feel mixed in with the punk-ishness that permeates the rest of the album like a schizophrenic and paranoid Can. Dograces shifts between a crushing, repetitive bass-heavy chorus to what sounds like a sound clip from a deranged carnival for the last minute of the track. It’s jarring, but it’s successful in capturing the ear. However, this approach does make for some weaker moments.
Messy, noisy, and wiry indie rock from California-born teenagers. on June 11, 2014, 12:00am. Listen: Dub Thompson’s new song No Time. 9 Songs hits stores on June 10th. on April 24, 2014, 11:35am. Listen: Dub Thompson’s hypnotic new song Dograces. The new Dead Oceans-signees will release 9 Songs on June 10th. on March 20, 2014, 11:55am.
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Release Date: 2014-06-10. Take the 101 north out of Los Angeles, and you'll pass by Agoura Hills, where the core duo of the band Dub Thompson grew up. Whatever you see in that town won't readily prepare you for the music they wrote while there, but you're free to look. Most everyone who's in a group who's our age lives on the Internet," says guitarist Matt Pulos. Recording the album while living with Foxygen's Jonathan Rado at his rented house in Bloomington, the band had its first taste of a heavy IndianaÂ summer, and all the humidity and insect life that buzzes along with it. "We woke up every day, ate hard-boiled eggs and stood on a porch," says Pulos of the experience. Their first collection of songs slyly unties the shoes of genre and convention, shapeshifts mischievously, and tramples on the promises delivered on the name itself.
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