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Bwani Junction - Tongue of Bombie (2014)

4-02-2014, 16:01
Rock | Alternative | Indie

Bwani Junction - Tongue of Bombie (2014)

Artist: Bwani Junction
Title Of Album: Tongue of Bombie
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Alternative, Indie, Rock
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:49:09
Total Size: 113 mb


01. Papa Candy 3:41
02. Caveman 3:47
03. Civil War 3:47
04. Borneo 3:58
05. Auctioneer 4:29
06. No Echo 4:03
07. Years of Sleep 4:21
08. Jawbone Walk 4:16
09. Cold Caller 4:54
10. Tongue of Bombie 3:22
11. Neighbourhood Watch 4:12
12. All the Same Tricks 4:17


A point proved by her punishing gig rate in recent years, and by stormier material like the brilliantly volatile, self-lacerating The Fog, which she belted out here before closing with the bewitching, otherworldly Song For a Fox.
In the main, though, it wasn’t Sermanni’s night: she needs at least a modicum of attention to cast her uncannily beautiful, darkly intriguing spell, and most of the crowd at this charity benefit for War Child were more interested in talking than listening, such that her performance largely became an exercise in gamely soldiering on.
Edinburgh indie/Afrobeat up-and-comers Bwani Junction dealt with the audience volume by cranking up their own to a pitch verging on painful, complete with a sternum-juddering, hair-shaking bass end that was anything but easy on the ears.
Matching the noise level with plenty of onstage energy, they mixed songs from both their 2011 debut album Fully Cocked and its imminent follow-up, including singles Borneo and Civil War.
While their sound mixes an inventive and distinctive array of ingredients, however – including summery, shimmery African-style guitar patterns, reggae, ska, rockabilly, punk – and garage rock – here it amounted to significantly less than the sum of its parts, in parts because vocalist Rory Fairweather’s words were almost wholly drowned by the guitars and drums, but more fundamentally due to a shortage of unifyingly memorable tunes.

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