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Low Culture - Places To Hide (2016)

8-09-2016, 17:00
2016 | Alternative | Punk

Title: Places To Hide
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Dirtnap Records
Genre: Punk Rock, Garage Rock
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:33:28
Total Size: 102 mb


01. Comfort Zones 02:41
02. Head in a Blender 01:30
03. Slave to You 01:49
04. I Don't Buy It 01:17
05. Hate Me When I Go 02:55
06. Evil 03:15
07. Defective Brain 03:05
08. Take and Take 02:21
09. On Fire 02:37
10. Lonely Summer 02:14
11. Wrong Side of History 01:23
12. Alone Together 01:25
13. Invisible Tonight 02:21
14. Shake It Off 04:35

2016 release, the second album from Portland-by-way-of-New-Mexico Dirtnap favorites! Low Culture features members of Shang-A-Lang and Marked Men, splitting the sonic difference between the two-scrappy, melodic, and sometimes jangly garage-punk that is fast, catchy, and high-energy-as-hell, but also thoughtful. Since releasing their debut LP Screens, which quickly sold out it's initial pressing and was well-received, a lot has been going on in Low Culture's world. Most of the band has relocated from Las Cruces, NM to Portland, OR, with the last member soon to follow. They've released 7-inches on Dirtnap, Dead Broke, and La-Ti-Da Records. They found a new bass player in Chicago transplant Jay Castaldi (MOTO, Lynyrd's Innards, more). The band helped form killer local hardcore band Macho Boys. Singer/guitarist Chris Mason has released tons of essential records on his great Dirt Cult Records label. They've done some touring, including high-profile shows like the Dirtnap Records Anniversary, Awesome Fest, Ottawa Explosion, and others. On Places To Hide, Low Culture nails the delicate balance between the band's existing strengths and branching out into new territory. Personal, somewhat depressive lyrics still set the mood, although many of the songs also tackle social/political issues more directly than in the past. The production, by Stan Wright at Portland's Buzz Or Howl Studios (Red Dons, Criminal Code, Pierced Arrows, tons more) accentuates the band's more "punk" (as opposed to garage) side. All in all, this second album is a perfect follow up to a nearly perfect debut.

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