“So Minaxi like flexing their muscles. We’ve heard them wax and weave between 80s indie and 90s alternatives, and like the last track of ‘Isra’ that tied up that EP, this release ties and wraps up the trilogy…”
“Where ‘Luna’ showed off its change in direction, ‘Isra’ sits back and relaxes. It’s darker, more fluid, with a focus on sorrow and loss…”
“A trilogy of EPs, one roughly per month, this is Minaxi’s complete Zia Fantasy….”
“Nihilistic, lonely and cute sugared shoegaze? I should have known I’d buy in from the start…”
“It’s a gruff blast of guttural indie tinged grunge, ‘Fear Of God’ is a fierce and quick fix. There’s a prevailing mood thick enough to sink into and enough grit to make it taste real…”
The best of submissions, reviewed tracks, the almost-reviewed… and a fistfull of this month’s best music!
“With the subtle synth dreamwave of Washed Out and Teen Daze, we tiptoe on 80s and shoegaze…”
“Played quiet, it’s a chilled introspection of fuzzed up Phil Spector and glossed 60s girl pop. Played loud it’s a crossbreed of Jesus & Mary Chain and MBV feedback with the feel of Slowdive thickened dreamscapes…”
Citing Pixies as a reference is dangerous. Yes we recall their scratchy prowess over throwaway stripped surf and […]
From the forthcoming EP ‘How’s The View There?’ Coming April 2020 on Other Voices Records.