Following from two 12″ releases in 2011, Heavy Flow develops on the promise of their unique approach with a matured sense of composition. The result is a brilliant exercise in post-punk minimalism, suggesting Fugazi at their most sparse, the rhythmic cacophony of My Disco and the neo-psychedelic bliss of Tame Impala, not to mention something from the early Factory catalogue on top.
Absolute Boys are a dub band without the excess. Their focus is on quivering low-end, textural guitars, stripped percussion and drenched vocals, all moving in and out of focus beneath their signature, hazy outer. Heavy Flow, is their debut LP.
Hand screen-printed on thick manila card by Dawn Press in Melbourne. Come in four different colours. BSR037
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