Friday, September 19, 2014
Positive No - Automatic Cars / Slumber
I got home last night.
Automatic Cars has all the parts required for building a great song. From the opening bass line to the spiraling guitar sound to Tracy's hypnotic voice.
The A side instantly reminded me of some of the great Indie Rock of the 90's. Even drawing comparisons to early
Side B's 'Slumber' inspires just what the title suggests.
Slowing things down with its soothing Indie Dream Pop
I really love what Richmond's Positive No is creating.
Each song leaves me craving for more. Luckily, Positive No seem prepared to deliver.
One can't help but get excited about what Negative Fun is doing with it's Singles Club.
It brings to mind what S.O.L. (Singles Only Label) was doing in the 90's with many diverse acts such as Bob Mould, Earth Pig and Moby. One can only wish them luck as they continue to release this level of quality and diversity. James Damion
Negative Fun Label
Positive No Band Site
Posted by James Damion at 8:40 AM
Labels: Dahlia Seed, Dream Pop, Indie, Negative Fun Records, Negative Fun Singles Club, Positive No, Richmond, Ringfinger, Tracy Keats Wilson
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