NO ACTION: Thirst of June: 7” flexi

May 25, 2021

First time hearing this band—and from the cover art I was expecting hardcore punk—but instead what I am hearing is some stripped-down lo-fi indie rock that conjures up images of bands playing live in the finest living rooms and kitchens on tour and in their local area. The drums play a repetitive beat that makes me think they might be the work of a drum machine, while everything else makes its presence known in quiet bursts. The guitar picks up for a moment with a brief solo, and then it’s over. This is a quite good record, worthy of repeat listens in succession, even if it is only one song. I’m inspired to seek out their earlier releases because of this one song. –Matt Average (Jigsaw,

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