Eddy Current Suppression Ring / Eddy Current Suppression Ring CD
EDDY CURRENT SUPPRESSION RING REISSUES ON AARGHT RECORDS
Aarght Records is reissuing the three albums by Eddy Current
Suppression Ring -- the self-titled debut (2006), Primary Colours
(2008) and Rush to Relax (2010). The cover artwork for the first two
albums has been slightly remixed, but their high-flying finale has of
course been left untouched. All are unlimited editions on black vinyl.
No, they won't not be reforming, doing any interviews or playing any
EDDY CURRENT SUPPRESSION RING - Eddy Current Suppression Ring LP/CD/CS
In a world where indie pop music has gone murky and mopey, songs by
garage bands are used to sell cars on TV, and real punk rock is in
hiding, it's nice to find a band that didn't get the memo. Eddy
Current Suppression Ring is four gents from the peninsula who worked
together at Corduroy Records pressing plant in Melbourne. They formed
after an impromptu jam at the office Christmas in 2004. Live practice
tapes soon developed into sold-out singles and increasingly packed
shows, and Eddy Current Suppression Ring grew into a uniquely sincere
and simple band that creates increasingly indefinable music. Yes,
there are discernible influences: The Stooges, Can, The Fall, Devo.
But they don't sound like any of those bands -- or anyone else, for
that matter. Their self-titled album is filled with all the elements
that make an album great: razor-sharp guitar, rumbling bass, steady
thumping drums, led lead singer Brendan Suppression's disarmingly
honest vocals. Take it for a spin.