Asylums “Wet Dream Fanzine”

Asylums “Wet Dream Fanzine” EP
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Asylums are a young band who are already creating a great deal of interest with the coolest radio stations and DJs. They are also taking things into their own hands by releasing this debut EP on their very own label, Cool Things Records. When you hear they want to take you “on a trip… back to the days of chainsaw guitars and chaotic fun”, then there is already a lot to like about them!

The title track “Wet Dream Fanzine” opens up the EP with a wall of scuzzy guitars and feedback. It’s a punchy, in your face, indie punk track which immediately catches your attention. The anarchic feel is maintained by “The Death of Television” which has an almost grungy feel of someone like Mudhoney. The EP is then finished off with “I’ve Seen Your face In A Music Magazine” which is another furious attack on modern media.
This EP is a short, sharp and passionate set of songs. They’re all fast and furious but still not forgetting about the need for an actual melody. It has the feel of a young band releasing a lot of pent up passion.

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