Endless Scroll by BODEGA, released 06 July 2018 1. How Did This Happen?! 2. Bodega Birth 3. Name Escape 4. Boxes For the Move 5. I Am Not A Cinephile 6. Can't Knock The Hustle 7. Gyrate 8. Jack In Titanic 9. Margot 10. Bookmarks 11. Warhol 12. Charlie 13. Williamsburg Bridge 14. Truth Is Not Punishment. James Rascal One of the most exciting bands to come along in ages. Can't stop listening to this album. Will be in my top 3 of 2018 come the end of the year no doubt.
The album was recorded and produced by Austin Brown from Parquet Courts and although the influence and comparisons are clear to see, what Bodega have created is something that feels altogether both familiar and current at the same time. Endless Scroll’ is a record filled with potential and a perfect snapshot of what’s still to come.
Overall, Endless Scroll feels self-righteous and misses the crucial idea that insurrection can actually be fu. .
Album · 2018 · 14 Songs. Endless Scroll Bodega. Listen on Apple Music. Brooklyn post-punk delivered with a sardonic worldview.
The album is produced by Austin Brown on the same tape machine Parquet Courts used to record Light Up Gold, and that's a good starting point for reference.
Bodega – Endless Scroll. Self-aware, Brooklyn-based art punks Bodega come on strong with their debut album Endless Scroll. Recorded and produced by Parquet Courts’ Austin Brown on the same Tascam 388 used for his own band’s debut Light Up Gold, it’s jam-packed with superb bass hooks, marched out one after the other on the three opening tracks. We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view.
Endless Scroll’ is primarily another satirical critique on this evergreen theme, and the quintet trek through 14 short-lived guitar tracks that unfortunately don’t quite match up to the vitality of their effervescent shows. Seeing Bodega live is like an assault. Loud and raucous, the band boil over with anger and primal frustration. Guitarist Madison Velding-VanDam trades in frenzied stares, while the battling vocals between Nikki Belfiglio, who also beats a hi-hat with hostile vigour, and Ben Hozie recall some kind of protest march. It’s a mix of infectious energy and razor-sharp tightness.
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Released July 6, 2018. Endless Scroll Tracklist. 1. How Did This Happen !? Lyrics.