It is with great excitement that Brisbane cornerstones of indie-rock, Thigh Master, announce the release of their debut long-player, “Early Times”. Mixed and recorded by Blank Realm guitarist Luke Walsh, “Early Times” is an album packed with massive guitar hooks, introspective lyricism, and seismic infectiousness.
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Australians that couldn't give a XXXX about tuning guitars properly or singing with the sort of voice that hasn't been lacerated with a sandpaper and glass combination, Thigh Master are rough and ready and severely unpretentious.
Their ragged indie pop makes Scott & Charlene's Wedding sound like Frazier Chorus in comparison. It's a likeable racket that uses familiar chord patterns to produce strummy indie that sits somewhere between the Wedding Present, the Replacements and the Saints. It appears to have all been recorded in one take after bare minimum of rehearsal and if sometimes you wish for a bit more variation and colour in the songs, sophistication is not it's forte. Instead you get catchy songs with intertwining guitars, slipshod drums and gravel voiced yearnings about beer and chicks and stuff.
Thirteen blasts of good solid indie-pop mate. From Australia. They'll be a blast live I reckon.
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