Ok, here's more arcane, six-string-shredding indie rawk for your (hopefully) appreciative eardrums. Truthfully I am unaware of Forty's locale, but given this single is on Big Top Records, the Boston, MA area might be a safe bet. And wouldn't you know, the moment this trio busts out of the starting gate, they let out a walloping axe squall via the leadoff "Shrug," quite reminiscent of one J. Mascis. Forty up the ante with some rather savage heaviness throughout their Lightswitch 45, falling a notch or two shy of their Seattle contemporaries. The "hooks" are coaxed out in strenuous fashion...but at least they're conveyed in some capacity, and in my book that's what counts.
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B. Cun't, Can't and a Happy Home
Lorette Velvette "Lost Part Of Me" 1997 - The songs on this record are steeped in what can only be described as the Memphis "X" factor which means super weird and soulful, like a really, really spa...
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