5th Album from Lancaster band Three Dimensional Tanks ‘A Compulsion for Propulsion’ is a pure blast from start to finish. With 15 tracks taking up less than 40 minutes the songs rattle through your brain at a great speed. Drawing from elements of Krautrock, Garage Rock, Psychedelia and angry Post-Punk & even a bit of pop, its difficult to tie down the main influences of the band, but I bet they have a great record collection! Available to stream now on Bandcamp.
The album is released on the 23rd July on CD from their Bandcamp Page
My favourite track? Anyone who can sing about someone having a ‘Monk On’ gets my approval!
Great stuff guys! Find out more about the band on the links below.
Strolling through the vast reaches of the musical realm Thur Deephrey has been digging up and playing hazy vinyl in Europe and the US for almost a decade now, sharing the stage with the likes of Okta Logue, Allah-Las, The Growlers, Moon Duo, Embryo, Rachel Yamagata & Marianne Dissard as well as producing and recording with Labtekwon, Megan Livingston, Sole (Anticon) & Noah23. The styles of his live performances range from world psychedelia & rare groove, rural folk, garage, soviet jazz-funk, 60s soul & r&b, jazz to hiphop, broken beat, chicago house. Besides spinning with original vinyl, Thur Deephrey incorporates all types of samplers, effects, edits, percussions and self-produced beats to go beyond the regular DJ set and add to the trip.
IHeartNoise is a blog/label for underground music with Boston roots wich started in 2008, mostly focusing on amrep/noise. Later becoming both a blog and a record label as well as event organizer – some of the bands that played the showcases include Skyjelly, Violet Nox, Guiding Light (ex Mercury Rev/Hopewell), Dark Sunny Land, Sadha and Sound Down Cellar. Covering Hasslefest (Boston), Moogfest (North Carolina) and Northside Festival (Brooklyn).
Check out some music on the IHN bandcamp and share!