Throughout their 27 year career, underground rock doyens Cheer-Accident have been enticing audiences with their captivating yet wildly odd releases. The band have candidly deconstructed and recoiled the tropes and commonalities of popular music, producing a suite of rock albums that challenge and confuse.
The wait for a new Tangled Hair LP is finally over. No more binge watching their Milktime Productions sessions or playing their EP’s and Apples on repeat. They’ve returned with a carefully planned and brilliantly executed record that retains the familiarity of their sound while incorporating captivating nuances.
•LAC•'s first EP 141/146 was a varied beast. In parts it was a tight, almost minimalist piece of instrumental rock, clipped down to clicking drums and relaxed guitar lines. In others it exploded into walls of reverb'ed guitar that sounded like a band of hundreds rather than three.
Fecking Bahamas premiered Chancer’s first single 'Banger' back in January 2017 – and it was exactly that: a five-minute barrage of brilliant riffs, delivered with the sort of extraordinary energy and attention to detail that...