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Mink Mussel Creek - Mink Mussel Manticore (2014)

22-10-2014, 07:36
Music | Rock | Alternative | Indie

Mink Mussel Creek - Mink Mussel Manticore (2014)

Artist: Mink Mussel Creek
Title Of Album: Mink Mussel Manticore
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Spinning Top Music
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Stoner Rock, Indie
Quality: AAC 256 Kbps
Total Time: 49:37 min
Total Size: 111 MB


1. They Dated Steadily
2. Meeting Waterboy
3. Cat Love Power
4. Promising Quintet Rise to Power (Macho Peachu)
5. Makeout Party Girls
6. Hands Off the Mannequin, Charlie
7. Doesn't the Moon Look Good Tonight

It’s a band that no longer plays together, and an album that was recorded three years ago. But Mink Mussel Creek and their LP Mink Mussel Manticore – the first release for Spinning Top Records – sure are generating a lot of buzz.
This may be because the band features some of the biggest leg-ends running around the Perth music scene, including Pond’s Shiny Joe Ryan and Nick Allbrook, and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker. This may also be because the band has a built a mystique over the years, through tales of their live shows in Perth and through fuzzy bootlegs and demos. In many ways, this record has been a long time coming.

And it was worth the wait. Mink Mussel Manticore is an absolute carousal of unhinged madness, 7-tracks of stomping riffs and bustling breaks that will leave you confused and a little dazed, but thoroughly satisfied. For those who found the band’s earlier tastings a little too fuzzy: fear not. This record will fill your earholes with crisp, sweet sounds, whether blasting out of a pair of tinny earphones or a monster set of speakers turned up to eleven (please invite me ‘round any time you’re thinking of doing the latter).

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