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1 review »Sounding somewhere in the sweet spot between Sisters of Mercy and U2, South Yorkshire’s Pusher certainly know how to create a stadium-like blast of noise. You can see them surrounded by dry ice whilst they drone this out. Its all crooned goth vocals, HUUUUGE compressed drums and lashings and lashings of The Edge-like guitars. Its not tight and post- punk like Eagulls, its aiming straight i ... »

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  • PUSHER01 / Ltd heavyweight white vinyl 7" on Genepool

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6/10 Clinton Staff review, 13 March 2014

Sounding somewhere in the sweet spot between Sisters of Mercy and U2, South Yorkshire’s Pusher certainly know how to create a stadium-like blast of noise. You can see them surrounded by dry ice whilst they drone this out. Its all crooned goth vocals, HUUUUGE compressed drums and lashings and lashings of The Edge-like guitars.

Its not tight and post- punk like Eagulls, its aiming straight into the stratosphere and as a result is leaving me feeling rather exhausted. By the sounds of the B side it they have been holding back. This has distorted baggy beats and droning guitars which would all be fine but the voice is far too Murphy/Hussey/Eldritch for my tastes. Fans of O Children, Exit Calm may enjoy.

Pack your shades and massive long coat, the post punkers are turning goth-rock and there’s nothing we can do about it.


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