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Eddy Current Suppression Ring

Rush To Relax

Goner 57

Released on March 30, 2010

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Eddy Current’s third full-length, Rush to Relax, is already one of the most anticipated releases of 2010. Cut last August in a six-hour session at Melbourne’s Revolver Rehearsal Studios, the album combines stripped-down post-punk sensibilities with the sheer exhilaration of a four-man musical unit that has created its own language, and will never run out of new things to say. While Primary Colours drew on what Guardian music critic Tom Hughes described as “fast ’n’ fuzzy garage rock,” Rush to Relax employs a pop ethos more common to the mid-’80s Dunedin Sound of New Zealand’s Flying Nun label, with cascading guitar riffs and precise rhythms shadowing the introspective lyrics from black-gloved frontman Brendan Suppression. The geographical tug is most prevalent on “Anxiety,” the new album’s lead single, which is a guitar-driven homage to The Clean’s whimsical, scene-launching debut “Tally-Ho,” twisted via Eddy Current’s inimitable style. The frantic pace of “Anxiety” is somewhat of an anomaly for Rush to Relax, a shape-shifter of an album that has already garnered comparisons to Television’s 1977 landmark debut Marquee Moon. Like that classic group, Eddy Current Suppression Ring harnesses tension and propulsion to blast past the barriers of everyday tedium.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Anxiety Voted #1  50%
2 I've Got A Feeling  0%
3 Tuning Out  0%
4 Gentleman  0%
5 Walked Into A Corner Voted #2  33%
6 Second Guessing  0%
7 I Can Be A Jerk Voted #3  17%
8 Burn Out  0%
9 Isn't It Nice  0%
10 Rush To Relax  0%
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