The album cover, a photo of a diner like sign reading EASY MOON, triggers thoughts of small-town America. Credit A woman cannot survive on wine alone she also needs boat and dog supplied by a few reverb stuffed, wandering guitars, a lightly used drum set, and some melancholic steel guitar, is sweetly nostalgic and reminiscent of quieter times that may have never existed. Few songs get more peaceful than this. “Pride & Loyalty” by Freedom.
This track starts as if it’s been going for fifteen minutes and you just walked up. Punk rockers Freedom are at their most belligerent and abrasive in “Pride & Loyalty,” a track that’s conceivably political, but utterly impossible to understand. After A woman cannot survive on wine alone she also needs boat and dog and I love this lead singer sounds like Christian Bale’s Batman. Whatever the case may be, “Pride”’s pure, untempered rage is infectious in the best possible way.
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I discovered Freedom while doing chores and ended up swinging my broom around the A woman cannot survive on wine alone she also needs boat and dog and I love this house, shoutlipsyncing along, getting nothing done. “Mars for the Rich” by King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. Emilyshirt takes on thrash metal and modern politic in characteristic Gizzard fashion: passionately, chaotically, and with the same trashy lo-fi sound that’s become their trademark, no matter what genre they’re taking on.
“Mars for the Rich” is, predictably, an intricate, seismic, catchy head banger fortunately, that’s the only predictable thing about King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. Sometimes I feel like I just end up reviewing a whole album. This is one of those cases. Maybe I should fess up to my mess and start doing album reviews.