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On their 1998 self-titled debut album — reissued five years later on Gold Standard Laboratories — the elements that eventually made Gogogo Airheart's sound so striking are all in evidence. The basement-quality production, unpredictable time signatures and tempo shifts, and Michael Vermilion's scratchy, screechy vocals are all here, although the band hadn't quite found the right balance of these sounds yet. A dark, grotto-like quality permeates the album, particularly on heavily dub-influenced tracks like the opener "C8/. . .Programme,'" "Elgin Marbles," and "A Book Of Dress." While these songs have a certain hypnotic quality, they also have very little of the spark that ignites the band's best work. Tracks like the brief punk outburst on "November, November" and "Jukeboxcapitol" — the phased guitars and vocals on which suggest a prog punk hybrid — veer off in completely opposite directions, yet both point towards the band's eventual style more than most of the first half of the album does. Likewise, whimsical electronic instrumentals such as "Distance" and "Positions Are Not Popular," hint at the band's latent talents for melodies and arrangements, albeit in a completely different way than the other songs do. It's not until Gogogo Airheart's second half that the band gets down to business and starts delivering the angular, danceable art punk on which they built their later reputation, but songs like "Red-Dial, Re-Dial," "Community, Continuity," and "Take the Structure" are worth the wait. While some of the album's recorder-grot experiments, and the generally underdeveloped, unfocused feel give Gogogo Airheart a lower signal-to-noise ratio than the band's subsequent albums, it is an admirably ambitious debut, the promise of which Gogogo Airheart delivered on a very short time later.


Se formó en: 1996 en San Diego, CA

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

With an experimental post-punk attitude and influences ranging from Krautrock to dub, Gogogo Airheart formed in San Diego in 1996, originally consisting of just core members Ashish Vyas and Michael Vermillion. A series of homemade cassette recordings got them signed to Vinyl Communications, and in late 1997 they released their (first) self-titled LP with the help of Andy Robillard on drums and Teri Hoefer on violin. This was followed by Love My Life...Hate My Friends in 1998. A number of changes...
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