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LP $21.95

07/05/2024 657628446057 

Scrut4 


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05/10/2024 657628446057 

Scrut4 


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05/10/2024 657628446057 

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***"Famous Mammals were already going to be fantastic the moment they decided to form as a pandemic avocation in 2020, considering they’d been birthed from the flames of recent Oakland, CA scene-definers Rays, The World and Andy Human & The Reptoids. Yet when their wonderfully sharp & confounding self-titled tape came out in 2021, they were better than that, even. Their initial sound clicked along, searched and then found oblique treasure in a deep DIY post-punk void one might associate with 39 Clocks or the Swell Maps - sometimes aggressively sharp and pointed, other times given to captivating and off-centered murky quaalude meandering in all the ways you love.

I’m a big fan of Stanley Martinez’ vocals and guitar, and have been since the first time I saw & heard Rays, and he transported his A-game to a recording session yet again. Likewise Amber Sermeno—we all swooned for her fronting The World, and while we only get one lone track w/her vocals, it might even be the best thing on here: the chugging & propulsive 'Unspoken Chair'. Andy Human—well, that guy just moves from strength to strength, excelling as a bass player here and general instrumental conductor of an echoey and wide-open sound partially transported from the hinterlands, moors and home studios of 1979 Northern England. To my ears, this was the first truly great set of recordings to emerge from a 'pandemic band', and now that they’ve gone on to be a full-fledged recording project and occasional touring band of some renown, it’s phenomenal to see it in the format it’s always deserved."—Jay Hinman (Dynamite Hemorrhage)

Tracklist

  1. #1 Psychological Housekeeping

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  2. #2 Final Decor

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  3. #3 Sirens Danger

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  4. #4 The Plum Overcoat

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  5. #5 Unspoken Chair

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  6. #6 Observer and the Object

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  7. #7 Kant Kant Dance

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  8. #8 Ode to Nikki

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  9. #9 Nouvel Enregistrement

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  10. #10 Horizontal Bombings

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