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EVERYDAY-EVERYMAN - Three Second Kiss LP

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EVERYDAY-EVERYMAN - Three Second Kiss LP

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Mid-90s noise-rock of the style heralded by Steve Albini's Shellac. Which means sharp edges, raw and rattling guitar slashes, disassembled/reassembled grooves. In a word: math-rock.

Engineered by Chicago-punk veteran Iain Burgess (Big Black "Atomizer"), Everyday-Everyman has a memorably corrosive sound: the guitars emit a rasping, wrecked jingle-jangle, the drums are dry and convulsive, and the bass is as metallic as rust, as thundering as a roar. Two opposites define the album: a psychotic obsession for hyper-cerebral intrication and aseptic structures, and a feeling of total clumsiness and lack of precision.

There's a constant stream of harsh and contorted guitar riffs, uneven stop'n'go dynamics and metronomic bass patterns. They serve quite well for the purpose.


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