You Don't CareEddy Current Suppression Ring
Eddy Current Suppression Ring // You Don’t Care (from the new release “So Many Things”)
Winning Mix: Head to Head - Australia vs. America
All week we’ve been trying to give away a sold-out, signed and customized Living Dummy LP! To win, you just had to make us a mix on 8tracks with your favorite Pangea jam on it. Our favorite was by Alex, since the lot of us at GET BENT have really been psyched on all of the great music coming out of Australia as of late. This mix is killer, featuring Brooklyn trio Mr. Dreams, Dead Farmers and of course.. Pangea.
Alex, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your address so we can send you the vinyl!
You Let Me Be Honest With YouEddy Current Suppression Ring
Eddy Current Suppression Ring “You Let Me Be Honest With You”
Get Up MorningEddy Current Suppression Ring
“Get Up Morning” by Eddy Current Suppression Ring
These guys worked together in a record-pressing plant and had never played a note when they decided to form a band and make some records of their own.
Isn't It NiceEddy Current Suppression Ring
Eddy Current Suppression Ring - Isn’t It Nice
Just spun this sucker last night and it blew me away. A no-bullshit PUNK record that actually feels like an album, with a good length and cohesion. Flipping to the B-Side, I knew I was gonna share something on this album via Tumblr. But, as I got deeper and deeper into the album, the choice become more and more difficult. So, I decided to go with the song I think is most indicative of the bands overall sound. But, this isn’t my favourite song on the album. If you like this one, you gotta check out the B-Side opener “Second Guessing.”
So Many ThingsEddy Current Suppression Ring
So Many Things —Eddy Current Suppression Ring.
LISTEN TO ALL THE LYRICS IN THIS SONG WITH HEADPHONES ON.
While riding a bike at top speed is best.
‘I’m a good guy, i always be nice, get a bit grumpy here and there but, you know, mainly cos you’re a dickhead. Up yours.’
Give em a darn Pulitzer for just that line on it’s own.
Similar themes have since appeared from another Melbourne genius, Abbas Kiarostami.
Oh well he’s actually Iranian but let’s make him an honorary Melbournian for one stupid little blog post.
‘We go in search of misunderstanding. When we’re in agreement, when we truly understand one another. That’s when love comes to an end.’