|A&C147||FRIGS||Basic Behaviour (LP, Album)||Arts & Crafts||A&C147||USA & Canada||2018|
Promo only CD release.
Basic Behaviour by FRIGS, released 23 February 2018 1. Doghead 2. Talking Pictures 3. Waste 4. Solid State 5. Gemini 6. II 8. Heavyweights 9. Chest 10. Trashyard Vinyl available online here: Basic Behaviour was written and recorded over a 16-month period, split between two locations: the bands home studio and Union Sound Company in the east end of Toronto. As much as the lyrical subject matter within the record reflects personal experiences of Bria, the album is a product of years of self discovery as a unit. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей FRIGS. Basic Behaviour CDr, Album, Promo. Arts & Crafts. A&C147. FRIGS are a Canadian indie rock band from Toronto, Ontario, whose 2018 album Basic Behaviour was longlisted for the 2018 Polaris Music Prize. The band members are vocalist Bria Salmena, guitarist Duncan Hay Jennings, bassist Lucas Savatti and drummer Kris Bowering. The band performed live shows in the Toronto area, and produced and released a self-titled EP under the name Dirty Frigs in 2014 before signing to Arts & Crafts, which released their second EP, Slush, in 2016. Album 2018 10 Songs. Basic Behaviour FRIGS. The Toronto quartet serve up a fiery, inventive take on post-punk. Listen free to Frigs Basic Behaviour Doghead, Talking Pictures and more. 10 tracks 37:13. Released February 23, 2018. Basic Behaviour Tracklist. A raw and solid debut, Basic Behaviour translates anguish into an intense yet catchy album. Read full review. This album is a strange precedent, where a naturally captivating oddity of a style is quickly turned disillusioning and frustratingly vapid. It is obvious that the band had a stylistic vision in mind, but that vision didnt end up anywhere. And in the end you just sit there and observe this album getting slower and weaker track by track. Disenchantment from a purposefully enchantment lacking album. How fitting. Genre: Post-Punk. The real test that Basic Behaviour had to pass was whether or not these fresh Arts and Crafts signees could harness the lurch and atmosphere of their live shows. Meticulously put together over a 16 month stretch, split between Union Sound in Toronto's east end and the band's home studio space, FRIGS managed to not muck it up. They cast the net and caught it. Full Review