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2 reviews | 20 people love this record: be the 21st! Probably my fave Fat Cat band (who strangely enough have featured on Unlabel) are Charlottefield. A new 8 track LP 'What are Friends For' has crashed into my face, screaming & rumbling & crashing all over my conscience. This is the real deal. Intricate, deranged post hardcore with a grudge to bear. opening with a right off kilter grumble-fest full of bendy guitars, pummeling math-core drum ... »

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What Are Friends For? by Charlottefield
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20 people love this record. Be the 21st!
8/10 Brian Staff review, 17 January 2008
Probably my fave Fat Cat band (who strangely enough have featured on Unlabel) are Charlottefield. A new 8 track LP 'What are Friends For' has crashed into my face, screaming & rumbling & crashing all over my conscience. This is the real deal. Intricate, deranged post hardcore with a grudge to bear. opening with a right off kilter grumble-fest full of bendy guitars, pummeling math-core drums & a psychotic yell of a vocal, it takes a step down in pace on 'Late Repeat' whilst still bending your sanity with tight time changes. Yes this band are keeping the whole discordant angular mess-rock thing going in rude fashion. It reminds me of those great Ligament gigs and bands like Bob Tilton & Fabric. Bet that poor singer has to bathe his throat in liquid strepsils after a show. The guitars come at you like a caustic maelstrom, the bass is up there with The Jesus Lizard & the drums are just tight as a gnat's chuff. Excellent music that follows NO trends but it's own thrilling vitality! LP with CD to follow real soon, possibly next week.

10/10 michael Customer review,

the best band in the world today, bar none


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