I’m reminded of Ume sometimes, Joan Jett others, and even occasionally L7.
…as in a dream world, the album is a deep mix of different concepts both musically and conceptually that would seem confusing outside of dreamworld. Yet here, they make perfect sense.
Full of snarling punk attitude, the album is just plain fun to listen to.
The line up works very well, creating a dismal, post-apocalyptic sound, full of ominous intent.
The riffs are chunky and the grooves have a good momentum to them, but this kind of music is usually all about the lyrics and the emotion behind their composition and delivery.
The rest of the brief but dizzying time span of the record is spent with absolutely everything on ten from the drum machine to the incomprehensible guttural vocals.
…they are straightforward, no frills, downright filthy rock and roll.
On Underground, Moto continue to create unique music that is so much greater than the sum of its parts.
Interview with Laurentian Tides and their full set from the In The Wake Of The Great Collapse album release show.
I’ve found something that could be the next big thing.