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10/10 John Bloor Customer review,
'Zeroes QC' the, debut album from Suuns, starts with a crumbling, cracking up synth. One is perhaps put in mind of dubstep sounds with the electronic throbbing but then these wonderful guitars kick in surrounded by cymbal crashes. Layer on layer of breaking down guitar sounds cascade down like rocks tumbling over and over on a beach. I find myself being pulled under with the musical current and thrown against hard places.An air of Sonic Youth moroseness and dishormony pervades the vocals and sounds, with walls of guitars crushing down, grinding down, flattening all before it. Driving synth, bass and drum rhythms underlie these downbeat vocals.The track 'Pie IX' begins with almost primeval vocal sounds, gutteral, menacing. They form unintelligible harmonies over dark pulsing electronic sounds. Sounding almost desperate in its tone, the jagged guitars on this album echo round collapsed structures. Sometimes the synth noises are almost like alarms.Urgency drives the music forward, taking you in its grip and running howling between dark constructions. I love it.
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