Soul-Junk

1944 [Single]

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On listening to this seven-inch, one might imagine a tight clot of clowns pouring out of a little car, their stunt being to upset a circus tent full of little children with their whistles, percussion, goofy rhythms, and dissonance. Label-meister Andrew Clare is right when he calls this a "tempestuous free rumble." This is especially true in the wildly exciting end of "Chanting Her Name." Four tracks squeeze into this little vinyl transport. The last cut, "Keep Yr Antennae Up," is a comparatively mild march to send the red-eyed bleacher rats out into the harsh daylight. The project is built around guitarist Glenn Galloway, formerly of Truman's Water.