ALBUM REVIEW: Mush – 3D Routine | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 14.02.20







MUSH’s new album explodes out of the traps at the frantic speed of a cartoon capering over the cracks of 21st century rocks. Chop start, speeding, instant hit-hot guitars and vocals have me thinking of early Yummy Fur or early Franz Ferdinand as well as Pavement and The Fall. What is not to like?

Leeds art rockers Mush Eat the Etiquette and then get stuck into contemporary life and politics; Island Mentality, Hey Gammon Head pull no punches. Yet there are surreal states and guitar scrapes aplenty. Not to mention Existential Dread. 3D Routine is awash with Alternative Facts as well as being just so darned catchy and tuneful.

Mush have thrown down the gauntlet early for your lo-fi delight of the year.



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