Blackest Ever Black

Jac Berrocal, David Fenech & Vincent Epplay - Why (7")

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Jac Berrocal, David Fenech, and Vincent Epplay return with their first record since 2015's Antigravity. The title track is a louche but volatile art-rock panther-stalk... a cracked jazz ode on street hassle, pitched somewhere between Vince Taylor-in-exile and PiL's Metal Box (1979)... Berrocal on vocals, a slurring stream-of-consciousness that becomes a yowl of despair; drums loose and dub-delayed; Fenech's jagged guitar phrasing, and Epplay's electronics set to flay. "Ice Exposure" situates Bef's mournful, muted trumpet in the eerie deep-freeze ambience that characterized Antigravity, and "Alienor En Aout" coaxes a gloomy poetryfrom affectless cold war radio broadcasts.


Ice Exposure

Alienor En Aout