Brünch: 7″ EP (Fedora Corpse, 2013)

February 18, 2013 at 9:38 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Brünch: 7" EP

Brünch: 7″ EP

Seriously lovely instrumental space-rock from the always wonderful Fedora Corpse label out of Philadelphia. This 7″ is 4 tracks of instrumental downtempo rock, most likely made by one lonely guy with a guitar and a drum machine. Just a spare, uncomplicated beat clicking away and some dusty guitar work. All tracks 2 or 3 minutes long, and you feel like they could go on a lot longer in an album format, but they sound fine as succinct ideas this way. I guess it sort of reminds me of Mogwai or Jesu, but in a much more lo-fi, singular vision or idea. “Piedmont” has a touch of whammy-bar note-bending. “Anchored” is a little more sparse and maybe has some organ. Good stuff all around.

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