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2 reviews »Between hanging out with Koala bears and necking loads of Castlemaine XXX the Eddy Current Suppression Ring managed to record a super energetic and catchy record that sounds kinda early 90's. It's a right old post-punk garage fest with a poppy edge recalling ye olde Flying Nun NZ styles. What a tight bunch they are, and they can certainly write a good tune. Folks here be diggin' this record. ... »

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Rush To Relax by Eddy Current Suppression Ring
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 01 April 2010
Between hanging out with Koala bears and necking loads of Castlemaine XXX the Eddy Current Suppression Ring managed to record a super energetic and catchy record that sounds kinda early 90's. It's a right old post-punk garage fest with a poppy edge recalling ye olde Flying Nun NZ styles. What a tight bunch they are, and they can certainly write a good tune. Folks here be diggin' this record.

8/10 Keelan Customer review, 10th March 2015

Blends elements of 90s Aussie garage rock with modern jangly post pop hooks. Clean, simple, non-intrusive production lends itself to the raw brilliance of this Melbourne post-punk band. The tunes themselves are relatively simple and repetitive - but in the best possible way - these are melodies you could enjoy over and over again. The lyrics are generally observational, a standard day-to-day affair, occasionally verging on introspective, but never trying to be deeper than the music itself. Some songs, such as "I Can Be a Jerk" utilize a soft-loud dynamic that is mildly reminiscent of Fugazi. Over all a solid record from an established Australian group, full of energy when appropriate, offering great hooks, lyrics and production. Stand out tracks: I Got A Feeling, I Can Be A Jerk, Gentleman.


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