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Burger Records press releases seem to be written in some kind of capitalisation code so it's always tricky to get a handle on what is actually going on. What this appears to be is a split between Mozes and the Firstborn a Dutch garage band and Roland Cosio who also plays in Fuzz. Other than that there's not much else we can tell you but as far as garage rock goes In Burger We Trust.   

Limited Vinyl 7" £7.99 BRGR1014

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  • Split by Mozes and the Firstborn / Roland Cosio


Split by Mozes and the Firstborn / Roland Cosio
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7/10 Robin Staff review, 17 August 2016

Burger time! This 7” on the esteemed bubblegum garage label counterpoints Mozes and the Firstborn with Roland Cosio of Fuzz, each offering two songs adrift in a sea of gentle punk scuzz. In true Norman form, I’ve started on the b-side, which opens on Casio’s “Live This Way”, a simple, effective and fairly low key take on scratchy, no-frills indie punk. “Don’t Leave Me Behind” is the more exciting proposition, opening on whingy, dingy, gruesomely shoegazed guitars before relaxing into a sweet, soft chord sequence that I’m sure someone out there will attach to a heartbreak. Easy!

Mozes and the Firstborn sound kinda like the indie dweebs (trying to invoke that as a compliment) of old tucking their shirts in, with “Marianne” opening on spry guitars before becoming a straightforward fuzz affair in the vein of the beloved Eric’s Trip. It’s sweet and nasally, and so indie rock should be.”What Am I Worth” has a jangly riff a la Real Estate buried underneath and is altogether lovely. Very good, very burger.


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