dash jacket's on tour now so grab the tape before it's out of print.
Saturday, July 10, 2010
dash jacket - high spirits
dash jacket offers another eighteen minutes of fuzz covered rock n' roll with the release of their new tape: high spirits. these orange county diy kiddies self released another eight songs on their own ultra vivid records. limited to 100 copies on clear blue cassette tapes, this is sure to be a collectors item in years to come. The tape opens with Pheromones which is a close to perfect pop song; I only wish it lasted longer. What has become a staple of their live shows, No Way Girl proves itself a strong contender as a recorded song too (It's been stuck in my head for days now). Melting Gaze draws influences from No Age's more instrumental tracks, and the tape ends as quickly as it began with San Pedro, which is arguably the tapes strongest track.
Posted by Christopher Gordon at 3:48 PM
Labels: dash jacket, record review
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