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Talk Normal

Talk Normal

Talk Normal


Formed in 2007, Brooklyn, New York, United States duo Talk Normal have already been compared to 1970s No Wave. Indeed, the scratchy guitars of their debut mini-album Secret Cog evoke the mangled bursts of DNA’s Arto Lindsay, and their spilling songs reach the structured abstraction of No Wave’s most unclassifiable group, Ut. A lot of other rock history comes into play. The clipped tension that connects Sonic Youth, Pylon and Erase Errata comes through in the chiming chords and sharp rhythms of “Eureka” and “Lemonade”. Read more on Last.fm
Formed in 2007, Brooklyn, New York, United States duo Talk Normal have already been compared to 1970s No Wave. Indeed, the scratchy guitars of their debut mini-album Secret Cog evoke the mangled bursts of DNA’s Arto Lindsay, and their spilling songs reach the structured abstraction of No Wave’s most unclassifiable group, Ut. A lot of other rock history comes into play. The clipped tension that connects Sonic Youth, Pylon and Erase Errata comes through in the chiming chords and sharp rhythms of “Eureka” and “Lemonade”. Unlike with those groups, there’s not much to dance to here.

Their grinding, ghostly music lurches more than it swings and churns more that it grooves. But guitarist Sarah Register and drummer Andrya Ambro continually build tension, imbuing cacophonous climaxes and quiet interludes with equal momentum. Ultimately, Talk Normal belong to the Brooklyn Noise-rock circle inhabited by groups like Mouthus, Religious Knives and Sightings. The latter’s Richard Hoffman plays bass on standout track “33”, trading call and response notes with Ambro, then spitting out a signature bass loop under rolling drums and disembodied moans. Despite its taut energy, the piece has a spacious, soothing quality, suggesting that Register and Ambro might eventually explore more openly melodic territory.

But hopefully the duo won’t lose the devotion to hypnotic repetition that makes Secret Cog worth returning to. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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