New Redworms' Farm's album shines between Van Pelt, Three Mile Pilot and Sonic Youth, renouncing in part to that angry melancholy of former s/t one, - but only because now this feeling is mature, and on a couple of tracks, for the very first time, two bass guitars are featured too (while They're kind of heroes of twoguitars+drms formula), - besides some unexpected wind instruments of the surprising opening Intro, and then again once more going futher on the listening. From Identity, Their epileptic personality comes back, that kind of struggling and desperate one, syncopated on quick stops of gtrs together with voices. At difference of the former ep, here You find a sound engineering more open-spaced (but for Them, i'd prefer the more intimate one), brighter, and if before percussions loaded and rode widely the "wave", now drumming is even stronger, like a machine gun, i.e. more and more on Instrumental (while it's not an instrumental at all). Echo gives me shivers, heard on headphones, - They're a local Band worth respect. Open Your door, let them in.
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