Sky Eater

Review

Review by Adam Bloom Adam Bloom

05 Dec 2017

50

Kick back and bathe in the warm tones and earthy vibes. Golden.

Kick back and bathe in the warm tones and earthy vibes. Golden.

The Schwifties

Review

Review by Adam Bloom Adam Bloom

11 Aug 2017

50

Some solid prog right here... digging the phat sound

Some solid prog right here... digging the phat sound

Some jerks

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Review by Adam Bloom Adam Bloom

11 Jul 2017

50

Love these guys! So intense, great musicianship and vibes.

Love these guys! So intense, great musicianship and vibes.

The Plastic Fangs

Review

Reviewed by DBinator Adam Bloom

05 Dec 2013

50

Light in the tunnel is a crisp picture of The Plastic Fangs at their best. Channeling 60's psychedelic spaghetti western ghosts, this track comes awash with the correct amount of reverb and ballsy rock foundation. Endicott's vocals are succinct and powerful - the man has refined his atmospheric concoctions to a razor point. One finds themself humming this tune for days afterwards.

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Light in the tunnel is a crisp picture of The Plastic Fangs at their best. Channeling 60's psychedelic spaghetti western ghosts, this track comes awash with the correct amount of reverb and ballsy rock foundation. Endicott's vocals are succinct and powerful - the man has refined his atmospheric concoctions to a razor point. One finds themself humming this tune for days afterwards.

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Plus is Minus

Review

Reviewed by DBinator Adam Bloom

02 Oct 2008

30

Eye can see is a dark trip into the subconscious of a thoughtful man of the modern age. Musically, it's reminiscent of The Cure/New Order. It features a danceable beat and idiosyncratic synths that stand apart from some other bands tapping the same influences. Lyrically, it is a familiar story. A desire to be free from the constraints of those close to you, yet remain close and 'take ...

Eye can see is a dark trip into the subconscious of a thoughtful man of the modern age. Musically, it's reminiscent of The Cure/New Order. It features a danceable beat and idiosyncratic synths that stand apart from some other bands tapping the same influences. Lyrically, it is a familiar story. A desire to be free from the constraints of those close to you, yet remain close and 'take each day with the weather'. My major gripe with this track is it's length - i feel it needs a little more variation to add interest. Plus is Minus holds some definite promise the future, keeping in mind he is a solo artist in the process of forming a live band. Stay tuned.

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