"Adam's Apple" by pre-September Girls group The Debutantes turns eardrum vibrations into pure adrenalin. If a more dizzying slice of fuzz scorch has been unleashed in 2014 I've not heard it. It's in the same class as Henry's Dress at their smoking best or the Emily's Sassy Lime of the unbeatable "Pineapple Boys Need Not Apply". Soft Power Records has built up a real head of steam in 2014 with a slew of great releases. There aren't many copies of The Debutantes tape left so if you're craving a jag of unflinching POP! noise (those backing vocals are some of the most perfect POP! moments of the year) then you'd best get on it now!
Looks like the ever dependable Norman Records still has some copies.
Post a Comment