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CD Review - 'Live At The Steakcastle' - blog post image

CD Review - 'Live At The Steakcastle'

Kicking off 2019 with sheer class, innovative post-punks Alienativ dropped a surprising and cathartic live album on January 1st that just happened to be recorded live at a local show, Mabon Harvest Festival at Junction 142 in March last year.

 Recorded and mixed by Zibethicus of 'space sludge punks' Rectoplasm and mastered by Alienativ/Kid Blue bassist Sonny Kooma de Bie, 'Live At The Steakcastle' presents 10.5 booming, spacey and hard drivin' tracks like 'Teapot Trauma', 'Nang Salad', 'Triple J Sucks' and 'Iron Honey', encapsulating the true energy of our young local musical underground in the upper Blue Mountains. It's hard to resist being caught up in the spirit of the night as soulfully preserved on this album, the latest live Junction 142 release since 'The One With Issac' EP by blues rockers Swell Triplex in April 2017. Check out 'Live At The Steakcastle' and enjoy savouring the amusing and endearing stage presence of vocalist Quinlan Semenetz, the tight and twisting rhythms, and the sounds of a wild audience getting down. The band tells HAZE that their studio-recorded debut album will be coming later in 2019, to be added to the anticipation for other debut LP & EP releases from other local acts such as K.T.B Project, Magma One, Madam Fatale, Splatterpoo, and The Insects

To get your Alienativ fix, CLICK HERE!

 

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