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Every Bad (CD)
Cat: SC 393CD. Rel: 13 Mar 20
Indie
  1. Born Confused
  2. Sweet
  3. Don't Ask Me Twice
  4. Long
  5. Nephews
  6. Pop Song
  7. Give/Take
  8. Lilac
  9. Circling
  10. (Something)
  11. Homecoming Song
Review: The build up to this one has been notable. Back in 2016, Porridge Radio's "garden shed recorded" LP, "Rice, Pasta And Other Fillers" landed to critical acclaim if not a huge audience. That said, combined with a few impressive demos they have garnered a real following over the years, and as such their debut studio long form comes at a point when for many this lot feel less like a new band, and more of a secret weapon. There's a vast range of influences here, with both The Cranberries and Charli XCX cited in the release notes. Overall you might be more surprised at the latter than the former when you hear the work - it's born of a guitar world rather than electronic pop, with the track entitled "Pop Song" - actually a disparate and heartfelt swooning slice of melancholia - hitting that point right on the head. Exceptional DIY stuff.
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Every Bad (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SC 393LP. Rel: 13 Mar 20
Indie
  1. Born Confused (3:03)
  2. Sweet (3:39)
  3. Don't Ask Me Twice (3:21)
  4. Long (4:49)
  5. Nephews (4:26)
  6. Pop Song (5:04)
  7. Give/Take (3:54)
  8. Lilac (5:33)
  9. Circling (3:15)
  10. (Something) (2:03)
  11. Homecoming Song (2:42)
Review: The build up to this one has been notable. Back in 2016, Porridge Radio's "garden shed recorded" LP, "Rice, Pasta And Other Fillers" landed to critical acclaim if not a huge audience. That said, combined with a few impressive demos they have garnered a real following over the years, and as such their debut studio long form comes at a point when for many this lot feel less like a new band, and more of a secret weapon. There's a vast range of influences here, with both The Cranberries and Charli XCX cited in the release notes. Overall you might be more surprised at the latter than the former when you hear the work - it's born of a guitar world rather than electronic pop, with the track entitled "Pop Song" - actually a disparate and heartfelt swooning slice of melancholia - hitting that point right on the head. Exceptional DIY stuff.
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 in stock $20.02
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