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the dead c - Patience
The Ba Da Bing label recently released a great solo album by The Dead C's Michael Morley,recording under his Gate moniker. That album (titled A Republic Of Sadness) was released not two months ago and now along comes a brand new Dead C album for your lo-fi listening pleasure. The New Zealand noise icons are back in familiar territory with this release, spinning avant-rock gold from strands of feedback and shards of deadbeat percussion. The rancid sprawl of 'Empire' sets the tone over an engaging sixteen minutes or so, firmly planting the listener on vintage Dead C turf. After this 'Federation' feels like a palate-cleansing experiment, utilising cymbals and growling tremolo guitars, while back into more substantial territory, 'Shaft' puts on a double-time, almost dancehall-style beat, helping add a real kinetic impetus to the slavering, bestial guitar grind. A counterpart to 'Empire', 'South' is another sweeping quarter-hour jam, crackling its way through amp buzz and feedback whilst the drums try to claw their way out of the rubble. Ace.