Six by seven returned with their best album to date, produced by Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips) and Ric Peet (Charlatans, Muse) and the band.
It’s their most accessible album, big, open and honest with a rich vein of flaming lips style pop!, Spiritualized like ambition and New Order-esque electronic flourishes
1. "... ... ... ..."
2. Sometimes I Feel Like...
3. Ready for You Now
5. Say That You Want Me
6. Lude 1
7. There's a Ghost
8. Catch the Rain
9. Bochu (Light up My Life) (Light Up My Life)
10. Lude 2
11. Leave Me Alone
Release Date: 28/05/2021
CD available in gatefold digipack with insert.
The End Of Records
Consolidated, the political dance/industrial music band from the early 90ties joined again for a studio session in San Francisco last summer, resulting in a new album. 'We're Already There'. The first release on Consolidated’s own label 'The End Of Records'.
What else to expect, the new recordings are an innovating mix of industrial, to hip-hop, to rock and funk with mixtures of live instruments and electronics. Topped with left political activism and politically radical lyrics address issues such as America, Covid and ecocide with song The Flood, demand *‘Free Music, Stop America’* with Musica Sin Frontieras & welcome guest vocalist GRETA THUNBERG on the track The ‘ol Mass Extinction Blues. .
The album starts in 'traditional Consolidated groove' with the song 'Capitalism A.F.', a mix of beats, industrial sounds and hiphop. Followed by funkypop songs, danceable industrial jams, techno beats, reggae and blues influences plus a remarkable noise track.
Main musicians are Adam Sherburne (guitar/vocals) and Mark Pistel (synths/beats) backed by Lynn Farmer (Meat Beat Manifesto) on drums, who replaces the original drummer Phil Steir.