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Batteries - The Finishing Line (2016)

4-08-2016, 16:33
2016 | Indie

Title: The Finishing Line
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Do Yourself in
Genre: Indie Rock, Dance Punk
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 38:01
Total Size: 101 MB


01. The Fall-In-Love Club 02:44
02. Pankhurst 03:32
03. Hidden Tracks 03:18
04. Pigs 03:08
05. The Rules Are Wrong 03:04
06. Mutual Enemies 03:06
07. Future Studies 02:46
08. Children Be Normal 02:33
09. Data Intercourse 03:06
10. Gather By The Sea 03:16
11. Business As A Euphemism 04:24
12. The Finishing Line 03:04

Steven Clark (a.k.a Sci-Fi Steven from disco/punk legends bis) returns with his one-man-band project Batteries what seems like seconds after last year's self-titled snappy New-Wave debut. The debut's dystopian potential future themes remain, but this time both the musical and lyrical safety nets have been removed. With the "Devo plays Queens Of The Stone Age or vice versa" mantra still a loose guide, The Finishing Line opens with the vague reassurance of lost Punk 45 "The Fall-In-Love Club" before the safety is removed for the unhinged journey ahead. Remnants of Bill Nelson's Red Noise, Cardiacs and early Blur b-sides abound in "Mutual Enemies" and "Hidden Tracks" while there's edgy American metallic synth punk in "Pigs", "Pankhurst" and "Children Be Normal" which recalls Jesus Lizard and Brainiac. It's a restless itchy record, fleeting pop melodies are crushed by industrial strength guitars, but one that is a cohesive reward and illustrates Steven's unique musical vision.

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