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Three Dimensional Tanx: Three Dimensional Tanx (Sunstone Records, 2014)

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El combo de Lancaster Three Dimensional Tanx se ha especializado en sacar a relucir sus mejores galas psicodélicas: teclados, guitarras y ambiente en general un tanto Retro. Un trabajo enérgico y lleno de chispa. Un auténtico faro para quienes busquen ese regreso lisérgico a la última mitad de los sesenta.

“As I entered the black basement club, the propellant rhythm of Three Dimensional Tanx hit me full in the face with driving beats and hummus-thick bass lines, all overlaid with a garnish of spitting fizzing guitar and swirling late-sixties keyboard.
Hats off to the drummer too, coated in thick sweat and wearing only what appeared to be small running shorts, beating the living shit out of a wonderfully minimalistic Gretsch kit (snare, floor tom, bass drum, hi-hat, two cymbals) and making it sound like he was playing on something that Carl Palmer would have set up on stage in the mid-seventies. This was a great performance by a band previously unknown to me and I’ll be giving them a good listen in future. Manic organ breaks, chugging twin guitars and a fluid rhythm section that was all power and no flower, plus a floppy crazy-puppet vocalist who really threw himself into the spirit of things, all came together for a short combustive set of cracking garage-psych that was high on thrills and never ever relaxed the throttle once.”
Adam Stone, The Sleeping Shamen, June 2014

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Eternal Death: Fade (Labrador, Single, 2014)

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“Eternal Death emerged out of the darkness in January of this year with “Head”, with a sound that combines elements of Human League with Burial.  The single garnered critical praise from underground outlets such as The Sound Of Confusion, who called the single, “pop music how we wish it was made more often,” to Popjustice, who called it, “vibrant death-disco with sparkling pop melodies behind an electronic wall of sound and a hazy, 21 year-old, Swedish Dolly Parton.”  They followed with “Bullet” in May, which caused Under The Radar to state, “Between the razor sharp synths and haunted female vocals, you’re in for a beautifully unsettling experience.” (Press)

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