Saturday, March 16, 2013

SWL #2: Stickers, "Fachina"

 Stickers have been ravaging the city’s soundscape for some time now with their own unique brand of crusty, no-wave punk, and their schedule shows no sign of letting up anytime soon. This is very good news for Seattle’s hardcore and punk communities, who have grown to revere the band, and on songs like 2011’s “Fachina” it is easy to see why. It’s a dark and rhythmic tune filled with a feeling of primitive, almost Cramps-inspired deviancy that is simultaneously comforting and unnerving. The track is just one of three great songs on their Brother Keith EP (and in their catalogue in general)—highly recommended.

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