By today's standards (or more accurately, stereotypes) San Diego's long defunct Chune would be regarded as something of a proto-emo relic. True, this quartet did bear the wrought hallmarks of such bygone Caulfield Records bands as Boys Life, but in addition, Chune exuded a math-y finesse, buttressed with dense, broadsiding dynamics that put them squarely in league with Drive Like Jehu and Spavid, the latter of whom I've previously dedicated a post to. Lengthy is a word that's duly apropos for most of the selections on Burnt, but the band falls shy of any ponderous ennui. Chune would deliver an even more convincing follow-up in three-years time, Big Hat, No Cattle, which can be obtained at this fine location.
02. Mei Brown
04. Johnny Bravo meets the Phantom of the Park
06. Pasta Fagioli
John Kennedy's 68 Comeback Special, Junk Bar 16-12-17 - A few photos from last nights gig, Support from Brisbanes The Gatekeepers who played a great set John and the band put on an excellent show, the band were...
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