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Boomkat Product Review:
There’s hardly a shortage of scuzzy lo-bias rock music around in 2011, but here’s an addition to the scene that’s worth taking notice of, courtesy of the very reliable Bathetic label. Bathetic have had a killer year what with an earth shatteringly good album from Lee Noble and it’s clear their sights are just as well honed with Cough Cool. The project of one Dan Svizeny, Cough Cool is rock music, but played on the wrong speed, blown out at the wrong points and almost indistinguishable from an errant YouTube clip playing loudly in the front room. There are nods to shoegaze in Svizeny’s blissful fuzz, and tips of the hat to post punk and no wave in his downtempo almost alien mood, but ‘Lately’ shows more than anything that Svizeny has carved out a niche for himself in a scene that is getting more and more crowded by the day. The album never once feels disingenuous, and where most bands right now seem to use the lo fidelity technique as an ‘effect’ (everything else sounds like that so why don’t we), Svizeny’s sound is more a case of ‘that’s the way it is’. And we wouldn’t have it any other way.