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Boomkat Product Review:
'Era' captures Chicago's stellar four-piece rock unit, Disappears, possessed with a real gothic post-punk swagger. It was recorded in the depths of a gloomy windy city winter at Electrical Audio by their regular foil John Congleton and powers thru with stark, propulsive rhythms and wiry squalls of lush guitar noise to achieve the most favourable comparisons with everyone from Sonic Youth and Blood Music to The Fall and My Disco, and more obviously group-founder Brain Case's previous group, 90 Day Men and parallel operations in Acteurs. They've really got everything right here, from the dubwise economy of instrumentation and use of shadowy, paranoid space, to their Bauhaus-like vocal incantations and the measured sense of aggression - always holding it back, they're pent up and ready to go for 'ya. If we're talking highlights, the psychedelic cacophony of 'Girl' delivers like an intravenous dose, and the yelping psycho-billy swagger of 'Weird House' or the desolate dub misery, 'New House are big treats, but it's really all about the centre-piece 'Ultra', presenting nine minutes of pure, tetchy tension and phet-riven paranoia. Recommended!