ALBUM REVIEW: Table Scraps – Autonomy | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Zen Ten

Released: 23.02.18






No matter how much my head gets turned by some new development in modular synthesizers or the latest paradigm shift in ambient drone, there’ll always be a place in my heart for the bratty brevity of garage punk, and thankfully there’s always a new batch of outfits who love it too.

I first saw Table Scraps on their home turf a few years back as a kickass guitar/drums duo. For this second album they’ve added a bassist and something approaching production values, and while it’s fairly standard stuff – two minute songs about sex, trash and self-loathing – it’s still a lot of fun, the bassist earning his keep on the brooding My Obsession and Frankenstein being a particularly trashy highlight. Cool as…


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