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Heaters - Mean Green Black Vinyl Edition
Heaters
Mean Green Black Vinyl Edition
7" | 2015 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"Mean Green" is the A-side track of the band's new 7" single, presenting a surf-centric slab of sonic stomp that doubles as a definition of "mean." In the case of Heaters, "mean" is meant in the context that might be used to describe a 1970 GTO piloted by ajittery Warren Oates - not belligerent, but aggressive, blank-eyes staring at the horizon, fueled by dread & ready to accelerate into the nearest dangerous curve. The flipside of the single, "Levitate Thigh," proves the band to be possessed by the power of rock & roll, initially bringing the tempo to a stuttering slow-roll, before Heaters are once again the willing captives of a Seeds-level web of sounds, guitar snarl, feedback & drums creating the trap in which the band has no chance - & no desire - to escape.
Heaters - Suspended Youth
Heaters
Suspended Youth
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder 02.11.2018
Heaters are back, with their fourth LP in as many years! The evolution of Heaters over 4 years has been a thrill to hear, from the original sonic maelstrom of three young men to a seasoned 4-piece unit totally finding its groove and its voice the further it ventures on. ts also true that Heaters have grown exactly 4 years over that time, which is quite substantial when youre talking about dudes in their twenties. Many of the songs have an overarching theme addressing the march of time and getting older, and valuing peace as much as chaos, the yin and yang that is life; something that comes through in the overall sound, too. You have never heard a Heaters quite as balanced as on Suspended Youth; balancing their whirlwind sonic rave-ups with steady motorik lock-ins. Lush guitars and beautiful harmonic vocals, out in the forefront this time around, to dizzying effect. This is the sound of a band aging gracefully, growing artistically, and on their own terms.
Heaters - Matterhorn
Heaters
Matterhorn
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Just more than a year ago, Heaters shepherded the release of Baptistina into the world, which itself followed their debut album, Holy Water Pool, by less than a year. Now, the Michigan-made music machine is set to lay claim to a new parcel of mountainous terrain, in the form of their latest release on Beyond Beyond Is Beyond, entitled Matterhorn. Its a relentless pace, made all the more impressive not by the infrequency with which its met by Heaters peers, but rather by the lasting quality of each release. In this way, Matterhorn is more of the samethirty-eight minutes of propulsive, precisely sculpted sonic signatures. In other crucial ways, however, Matterhorn represents massive change for Heaters: first, in the form of a largely revamped line-up, and second, in the form of an album whose wave crests above even the bands previous high-water marks of consistency. Short of attending group therapy together, its difficult to ascertain exactly what contributions these new sparks have contributed to Heaters overall sound, just as its impossible to dismiss how utterly ignited by change Matterhorn sounds as a result. If Baptistina showed a picture of a band attaining greater control over their quite-rideable waves of reverb and rhythm, Matterhorn is the master-class in its execution. Its a full-screen image of dawn, dusk and darkness, never scanned-and-panned, and never less than mesmerizing. At the risk of putting too fine a point on it, the landlocked levitation previously made possible via Heaters psycho-surf majesty is luminously leavened on Matterhorn, with the bright light of the jingle-jangle morning (which may or may not come following youbut will likely lead to repeat listens).
Heaters - Fuzz Club Session
Heaters
Fuzz Club Session
LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Fuzz Club)
24,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Recorded during the Grand Rapid-based band's 2016 UK tour, this LP (pressed on 180-gram wax) serves up five raw cuts of hedonistic, tripped-out psych that charges through with a frantic garage-rock gusto and a surfy, reverb-coated swoon.
Heaters - Baptistina
Heaters
Baptistina
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Less than a year after the release of “Holy Water Pool” – Heaters’ debut, a crushing, revelatory psycho-surf-rock anointment-as-album – there are no apparent signs of distress to the engine that powers this Michigan-made vehicle of sound. To the contrary, Heaters are operating at a higher horsepower than ever before, as evidenced by this new LP. “Baptistina” glimmers to a greater degree than anything Heaters have previously unleashed, a full-spectrum sheen that shines across the full panorama of righteous reverb riots. Heaters are in full control of their machine from the opening, looped-lunacy of “Centennial” to the final crash of “Seafoam,” forty-six minutes later – and yet the result of this increase in control can be heard as a willingness to crash their ship completely. But have faith in the pilots – Heaters are living for the next ride. “Centennial” rides the wave effortlessly, setting the tone for the album in full, hovering in the atmosphere above strutting, Bolan-blasts of riff-rock-lift-off perfection before letting the edges drift and blur, exploring the gravitational pull of less solid ground. Taking the first three songs of “Baptistina” – “Centennial,” “Ara Pacis” and “Orbs” – together is to take the sacrament of a singing, searing psych-rock sinfonia, an expertly-constructed breed of amplified surrealism, framed by the tight corners and unmistakable electric glory of what was once known as rock and roll. It doesn’t matter thatHeaters are not trying to answer the musical question, “What if Grand Funk Railroad got really into Flying Saucer Attack?”; what matters is that the answer is there for the taking. The album’s centerpiece may very well be “Garden Eater,” a perfectly prepared prescription of the relentless sonic schizophrenia in which Heaters deal so effectively. At nearly eight and a half minutes, it’s about twice as long as anything that appeared on “Holy Water Pool,” giving ample room for the band to spread their sound into broad, bold new dimensions – hypnotic, Hawkwind-hued chanting harmonies, anyone? – without ever detaching from the very root of their sound. It’s perhaps no surprise that the following track, playfully named “Dali,” would be a throbbing reminder of the persistence of memory, given its Silver Apples-esque flavor precedes the perfectly placed flower-power-pop of “Mango.” The final three tracks of “Baptistina” recall the superb symmetry of the album’s opening trio, an undeniable triptych of pace, power and persona, garage-rock gurus emerging from thin air, spent snares and a dramatic lack of cares. On “Baptistina,” Heaters don’t sound weirder than before – they simply are. - Ryan Muldoon
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