ALBUM REVIEW: Mozes and the Firstborn – Dadcore | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 25.01.19







More of a mixtape than an album, Mozes And The Firstborn have created what they describe as a love letter to rock music. Dadcore covers a wide spectrum of rock music all neatly knitted together with clever segues. Opening with the garage rock sounds of the title track, they quickly delve into grunge with Sad Supermarket Song, followed by a slice of pop punk on Blow Up, and some slacker rock on Were All Saints, before closing out the record with the dreamy, reverb filled Fly Out II.

Dadcore achieves something which few records manage; there is a coherence throughout, with each track almost seamlessly flowing into the next. This is certainly the band’s best work to date.


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