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Being that guitarist/vocalist Laura-Mary Carter and drummer/vocalist Steven Ansell hail from Brighton, England—where in the mid-'60s, rockers would provoke bloody brawls with mods—it’s perhaps fitting that their third studio album under the Blood Red Shoes moniker resonates with a sublimely sinister tension. The opening title track slithers like a serpentine Yeah Yeah Yeahs, as Carter’s vocals segue from a coy and seductive tone to a more threatening howl that soars over walls of guitar feedback. “Lost Kids” follows, with Carter and Ansell harmonizing over dirty six-string scuzz like a young Bilinda Butcher and Kevin Shields. Then “Cold” chisels out a post-shoegaze epic that conjures images of a young and tougher Toni Halliday singing for an early-'90s Curve. Fans of shoegazing will feel right at home in the grandiose choruses of “Stop Kicking.” It starts with Ansell taking the mic like vintage Thurston Moore as a plodding rhythm section sets up a refrain rich in cascading walls of guitar wash and that fluff-on-the-needle vocal style. “7 Years” closes like a distorted Pale Saints outtake.

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Why does Itunes not have their entire set of albums?

Unique sound

I look for a sound that is unique and this band delivers


Alternative Rock already sparks a startling contrast in between it and the popular music - which is worth nothing by the way - and the Blood Red Shoes provide an even starker contrast in the Alternative section. The first two songs are the best and I also recommend looking at their single - Cold.


Formed: December, 2004 in Brighton, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Brighton, England's Blood Red Shoes features Laura-Mary Carter (vocals/guitar) and Steven Ansell (drums/vocals), two enthusiastic punk-inspired brawlers who channel the clamor of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the Duke Spirit, and Huggy Bear. Ansell, who performed with Cat on Form, and Carter, a former member of Lady Muck, came together in late 2004 upon the demise of their previous bands. With one song in tow, the duo landed a gig and Blood Red Shoes were born; the name is reminiscent of Ginger Rogers, who allegedly...
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