Leeds-based art-rock trio, Mush, are set to release their feverish second LP, Lines Redacted via Memphis Industries on February 12, 2021. The new release, which finds the group recruiting Lee Smith (The Cribs, Pulled Apart By Horses) on mixing duties, arrives just under a year after their debut LP, 3D Routine, capping off what has been an obviously tumultuous, but remarkably prolific year for the band. With any prospect of live shows decimated, the group, led by songwriter, Dan Hyndman, has found the time to release two EPs (‘Great Artisanal Formats’ and ‘Yellow Sticker Hour’) and now a duo of full-length albums.
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Greatest release of 2021 so far. Clear influences by Slint, production led by Andy Savours (My Bloody Valentine), post-rock, noise-rock, math-rock, everything in the same album. "Science Fair" is my favorite and for me it’s like a movie, or better, a Shakespearean act, where the frontman Isaac Wood is the protagonist. sonicriki
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I mean what else can you really say here? The more sludgy, stoner and druggy as Pigsx7 gets... they always find new ways to electrify my mind. Case in point: "Rubbernecker." A little Sleep here, some Jane's Addiction there and the Melvins everywhere - Pigsx7 still stand on their own. Seriously, this record is as good as that cover is bad haha. bcb723