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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Punk :: Edith Thomas Furey - Saturday

Edith Thomas Furey - Saturday

Edith Thomas Furey - Saturday
Emerging from the always nebulous fringe-fringe scene of Brisbane’s indie underground during 2013, Edith Thomas Furey began by rehashing tired post-punk and shoegaze tropes. Five years later, his sound hasn’t evolved, but the context is once again ripe for a bedroom producer who has a basic command of drum sequencing and the ability to adequately wield a guitar trem-bar. Combining the atmosphere of a Joy Division cover band with the pop sensibilities of a Cocteau Twins cover band - occasionally punctuated by Springsteen-esque nonsensical gibberish - ETF provides the listener with a passable imitation of a hallowed era in sad music while simultaneously inspiring aspiring bedroom producers to sit up and exclaim: ‘Is that all it takes? Hot damn!’

Composed and recorded under the auspices of a fevered existential crisis in the early months of 2018, ‘Sleep Well, My Love’ documents the taped confessions of a musician who has finally learned to use the Yamaha four track tape machine he bought off Gumtree at some stage one Christmas holidays. Overcoming the maddening, crippling self-doubt associated with producing music that only ever strays briefly from insipid imitation.

About this track...

Opening Edith Thomas Furey’s debut EP, ‘Sleep Well, My Love’, Saturday introduces the broken atmosphere that characterises the ETF sound, providing a framework for ethereal guitar whooshing and an ominous bell loop. Recorded by the artist on four-track tape machine, Saturday combines the repetitive gloom of early Cocteau Twins with the opioid-laced ambiguity of My Bloody Valentine.

Other tracks by Edith Thomas Furey: Wednesday  -  Tuesday
Number Of People In Act Solo
State/Territory Artist Is Based In QLD
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Brisbane
Taken From The Release Titled Sleep Well, My Love
Copyright Holder's Name Joel Glazebrook
Publisher Valley Heat Records
Media Servicing Date 2018-12-13
Main Genre Metal/Punk
Genre 2 Experimental
Genre 3 Garage
Genre 4 Atmospheric
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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Content Provider Valley Heat Records