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This two-track EP is an excellent introduction to Flying Saucer Attack, displaying a minimalist brilliance that leaves one aching for more. The opener, "Sally Free and Easy," contains an understated vocal and melody, not surprisingly awash in reverb-laden feedback. The composition's tone is itself understated but still hopeful; there exists a comfortable feeling throughout the song. "Three Seas," though, is eerie and foreboding, a giant open field where being "free and easy" is scary and confining. FSA creates a steely machine of fear, but one that drones on long enough for a steady groove to appear. Then, just when relief seems victorious, a new wave of high-pitched unease concludes "Three Seas," leaving one with the feeling that there is no way out. It's an unforgiving "anti-resolution" that makes the listener wish for another chance. Understand though, the genius of FSA is that this is only one interpretation. Their music, based mostly on pure sound, is a fluid, atmospheric journey that invites both body and mind, open to different readings by each individual.


Formed: 1993 in Bristol, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed in Bristol, England in 1992, the elusive avant-noise space-rock project Flying Saucer Attack primarily comprised the duo of singer/guitarists David Pearce and Rachel Brook, refugees from the group Lynda's Strange Vacation who formed FSA as an outlet for their interest in home-recording experimentation (they stuck to a D.I.Y. aesthetic and shunned recording studios as much as possible). Drawing influence from Krautrock, folk, and dream pop, they bowed with the single "Soaring High," followed...
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