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    Inviting Light

    Pressed On Colored Vinyl

    Every now and then a band comes along and speaks to the hearts of adolescents everywhere, as the true voice of their community. In the punk rock community, The Flatliners are that band right now. Their anthemic punk rock classics quickly catapulted them to the top of the scene, and the bands who inspired them quickly became their peers. In an age when overnight internet sensations are an everyday occurrence, it's hard to find a band that's grown organically, using word of mouth and non-stop touring to win fans over one show at a time.

    Since 2002, The Flatliners have been busy touring the world over with the likes of NOFX, Bad Religion, Pennywise and Hot Water Music, as well as multiple stints on the Vans Warped Tour. "Inviting Light" is the band's 5th full-length album and is easily the band's strongest material to date. "Inviting Light" includes 12 melodic, catchy songs that will stay stuck in your head for months to come. It's the band's most mature effort, as it leans more rock than punk, but it doesn't alienate the band's core audience. It showcases them at the top of their game, as true masters of their craft.

    1. Mammals
    2. Hang My Head
    3. Nicotine Lips
    4. Indoors
    5. Human Party Trick
    6. Unconditional Love
    7. Burn Out Again
    8. Infinite Wisdom
    9. Sympathy Vote
    10. Wedding Speech
    11. Chameleon Skin
    12. No Roads
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    Dead Language (Awaiting Repress)

    If you spent every minute, every penny of your adult life on the road, you might make a record like Dead Language.

    There's something that happens when four people have been playing music together, day in and day out, for ten years. In every basement, every colossal concert hall, every small European nation that would have them, the same four people playing the same four instruments. A full decade of plane tickets and van repairs and hangovers and fast food. At some point, the interaction between instruments, between members, transcends the brotherly love of most touring bands and enters the terrifying realm of twin telepathy. The Flatliners aren't just four dudes banging out riffs five hundred miles from home every night. They're four dudes banging out riffs in the hallways of the Overlook Hotel just like the unsettling twin girls in the The Shining. You see what I'm getting at yet?

    It's been three years since Cavalcade (2010), The Flatliners' most successful album to date. A behemoth of a record, it brought famous friends like A Wilhelm Scream and Dillinger Four into the fold for huge songs like "Shithawks" and "Bleed."
    Which is why Dead Language is the perfect response - it's the brutally crisp sound of four people in a room, the sonic payoff of a decade of learning how to play as one fierce unit. Its strength doesn't come from racks of guitars or bass drops, but from its sparse precision. The band's songwriting chops are as honed as their playing, allowing them the freedom to bang out their point quickly ("Young Professionals") or take their time to make an impact ("Ashes Away").

    The Flatliners' records have always been an accurate, honest portrait of where the band lived, from the youthful explosion of Destroy to Create (2005) to the nuance of blooming adulthood on The Great Awake (2007), Which is why Dead Language, the band's most direct and vital record to date, is the monument to the honesty of ten years in the trenches that it has to be.

    1. Resuscitation of the Year
    2. Bury Me
    3. Birds of England
    4. Drown in Blood
    5. Sew My Mouth Shut
    6. Caskets Full
    7. Ashes Away
    8. Hounds
    9. Dead Hands
    10. Quitters
    11. Tail Feathers
    12. Young Professionals
    13. Brilliant Resilience
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  • Cavalcade (Awaiting Repress) Cavalcade (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    Cavalcade (Awaiting Repress)

    The twelve tracks on Cavalcade reflect the maturation The Flatliners have undergone over the past three years with intelligently crafted songs that still brandish the bands youthful passion and exuberance.

    1. The Calming Collection

    2. Carry The Banner

    3. Bleed

    4. Here Comes Treble

    5. He Was a Jazzman

    6. Shithawks

    7. Monumental

    8. Filthy Habits

    9. Liver Alone

    10. Sleep Your Life Away

    11. Count Your Bruises

    12. New Years Resolutions
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    Syndrome Syndrome

    Syndrome Syndrome is Gardland's debut fulllength album. Its timely release captures the
    fever pitch of Gardland's off-kilter electronic
    music at the tail end of the group's first year.

    Assertive, though "elegantly wasted," as they describe it, Gardland is the laboriously
    cracked energy exchange of alex murray and mark smith. The duo solidified the young
    partnership during a psychedelic desert excursion far from their urban dwellings in
    Sydney, Australia. Over a ten-day stretch, Murray and Smith recorded hardware based
    wigouts with neither boundary nor fear of judgment from the godheads that loomed
    ominously over the lysergic liturgy.

    Gardland shared a swathe of this desert delirium as the first release via their newly
    formed Hunter Gatherers label. With this gesture, they posed a new paradigm for
    Sydney's sometimes-static social-musical consciousness by delivering uncompromising
    electronic music rife with rigor and real-deal feel.

    Syndrome Syndrome was written and recorded in a small room over a series of slavishly
    inspired sessions. Living within earshot of each other, Murray and Smith bucked the
    unconventional confab this comfort allows in favor of a workingman's deftness. In the
    middle of this process, Gardland's primary synthesizers were stolen at a gig. Impervious
    and industrious, the blank slate catalyzed their creative flow instead of stunting it,
    eventually filling to the frame with the eleven uneasy pieces of Syndrome Syndrome.

    If linearity in techno / house is the convention, Syndrome Syndrome avoids flat-lining in
    its spiral and fractal formations. The beats here don't "drop", they appear erratically in
    uncertain quantum logic. The harmonic architecture forms cavernous canopies in place
    of metronomic melodies, while the convulsive human hand lays tonal tile that may or
    may not crumble on contact.

    Perhaps the most revelatory aspect to Murray and Smith's desert quest was their willing
    submission to co-exist with disorder - to have and to stranglehold for better or for
    worse. That transcendence only explains the psychosomatic palettes of Syndrome
    Syndrome though. The distinct other-ness of Gardland's reach succeeds by laying waste
    to compositional clichÉ, by mining the full contour and imperfections of electronic music
    shapes, and by allowing ghost narratives back into aperture to cause chaos and a spot
    of fun.

    LP 1
    1. Grrone
    2. Syndrome Syndrome
    3. Katarakt
    4. One In None
    5. Ode To Ode
    6. Trepan Heke

    LP 2
    1. Magicville
    2. Ride Wid Me
    3. Success In Circuit
    4. Nothing But Not Zero
    5. Hell Flur

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