HEAVY TIMES: Self-titled: 7”

Picture a long shot. A cloud of dust breaks on the horizon. A speeding vehicle comes closer and closer, its image distorted by a mirage. It’s hot. It’s really fucking hot. Cut to a close-up on the driver. He’s wearing a bandana around his mouth to protect from the desert elements. His windshield is gone. There are bullet holes in the seat cushions and a torn and taped picture of someone very important on the dashboard. Whoever wrote this Heavy Times EP should be doing film music somewhere. Think of car chases and dystopian nightmares. Killers with mechanical body parts and antiheroes with a soft side. Heavy times is part synthy throwback, part gothic club music, part post-punk daydreams. The standout track for me is “Coptic Rot.” 

 –Jon Mule (Randy, randyrecords.bandcamp.com)