A nice balance of catchy songs and noisy instrumentation. Love the energy in tracks like Nobel Prize and Private First Class, and the heaviness of Red Bird and Somewhere Unoccupied. Grows on me with every listen!
This album sounds great, the instrumental performances are ridiculously tight and Axes have packed loads of great themes and hooks into it. I have to admit that their song structures are a bit too random for me, though... But I'm sure I will love this album once I've really gotten to know the songs!
This album comes roaring out of the gates! Great guitar work of course, sounds crystal clear and really lively. The rest of the production is super punchy. I love all the small, sudden breaks! The whole thing runs the risk of becoming a bit monotonous though... Apart from that Tiny Moving Parts did a great job with this album!
Really groovy rhythmic shifts, tasty chord progressions and intense vocals. Detailed, rich. Just the right amount of variation to always keep you interested, still it never gets confusing. A sweet debut album!
Mylets is without doubt the greatest solo act that I have ever heard. Combining technology with stellar songwriting and an intense live performance... And Mylets' evolution from 'Retcon' to this album is astounding. It doesn't get any better than this!
Before getting this album I had listened to their 'I Am Not Romeo...' EP. That EP had a lot more edge and attitude than this album and I miss that! With that said, this album features great melodic guitar lines and passionate vocal performances. And the songs are still really good!
These guys deserve all your love. They are a great live act and this EP sounds amazing! The songs are catchy and easy to listen to, without ever becoming soulless or boring. Every song has its own vibe but the EP still flows smoothly from beginning to end.
(and as if all that wasn't enough, the bass player is damn handsome as well.)