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Countdown Geno Lanzi. Rocking on the Moon Ronnie Sando. Rock Moon Rock Daniel James. Man from Mars Butch Paulson. Orbit Twist Rufus Shoffner. However, beneath that fiery exterior is a gifted pop band, whose melodies are strong enough to fight their way through the din.
Rocket Fire only runs a little longer than a half hour, but it's probably best to give your ears a minute cool down period before you play it again. And you will want to play it again. Like those bands, Ceremony swathes their songs in layers of oceanic guitar distortion, though underneath the noise can be heard some sweet, '80s-influenced pop songs with New Wave drum-machine rhythms and sugary melodies.
But I guess not really Killer Pimp has also just released the amazing album from Soundpool. Soundpool is like the female cousin of Ceremony; it hasceremony rocket fire female vocals and is a bit more ethereal but still is in the shoegaze genre.
This new album by Ceremony is called Rocket Fire. If you were a bit scared by APTBS then this might be the album for you -- not that it isn't just as good, it is just a bit more accessible and easy to digest. This is not the Chaz Bono band with the same name. There actually seem to be about 4 other bands named Ceremony You'd think somebody would have noticed before now!
But this is for sure my favorite incarnation. Rocket Fire is everything I love in an album -- it's loud shoegaze, it's dark and brooding, it sounds British even though it's not, it sounds like it was made in but it's not, and it has been one of my favorites of this month.
I will probably wear it out soon, so I am trying not to listen to it every day, but it is that good! True to my hopes and suspicions, it's flat out fantastic. That said, the noise is definitely coming before the pop on Rocket Fire - and to great success, too!
Songs like "Stars Fall" and "Marianne" are total noisepop gems worthy of endless repeated listens and "Someday" sounds like it could have been a classic Factory Records single.
The CD version of the record is out now on Killer Pimp, but the vinyl version won't be out until May 25th.
Personally I'd say it's worth the wait. Tide yourself over by listening to "Marianne". It's been a while since My Bloody Valentine released Loveless in and the subsequent years have garnished our musical palates with ethereal, mournful fruit.
The '90s is littered with bands who tried and failed to pick up the reins abandoned by MBV, and it took many years for the band's influence to form into the lasting promise of Loveless. Then of course, there's also the Jesus and the Mary Chain, The Cure, and a host of other shoegazer bands that lent to the noisy, melancholy '80s sound of disaffected musicians.
Sipping from an enlightened proboscis, separated from the troubled '90s, came Skywave, who hailed from Fredricksburg, Virginia. Skywave lit up the American shoegaze scene, receiving excited approbation for their strong, furious sound. The band prematurely flickered out, discharging three embers.
The other two, Paul Baker and John Fedowitz both musicians share duties on bass, guitar, vocals, and drum machine in Ceremony remained in Skywave's city of origin and put together Ceremony - one of the more exciting bands of the movement for the resurgence of shoegazer.
Due to the seeds sown from Skywave's beginnings, it's easy to notice the similarity of APTBS and Ceremony's "wall of noise," but the differences begin thereafter. While Ackerman's band became a finely tuned, throbbing explosion, Ceremony retained more of the traditional sound of shoegazer; classically rooted in My Bloody Valentine, the Jesus and the Mary Chain, and even the Cure, as displayed on the eighth track, "Someday"-more on that later.
The song teeters between minor and major chords striking a raw nerve and moody vibe that is instantly addicting. The singer's eerie vocals warble like a voice from the dead captured on tape and remains so throughout the album. Although the album rarely misses, songs like "Marianne" have been heard many times before, not that it's a bad thing but the track almost makes Ceremony sound like a tribute band.
Although this reviewer was unable to obtain more information on Ceremony's previous releases, one could surmise this band's seminal era, so lending its talents to a classical sound is easily acceptable. The song is, after all, well executed and Ceremony will surely grow from it on future releases. The band articulated the album's glittering, noisy, and elegant sound live.
The performance did what the album does, which is construct a loud and beautiful set of tunes that will remain in your playlist for a long time. Rocket Fire has an obsessive quality about it, like an elusive auditory dream one tries to replicate over and over. Rocket Fire is pure pleasure, ranking as one of the best of the year, which has already seen too many disappointments. I predict the album will continue to be be one of the most memorable efforts of the year.
Paul Baker and John Fedowitz have been around kicking the Shoegaze revival tip well before it became en-vogue a couple of years back. As two thirds of the criminally under-appreciated Skywave, who were already wrapping audiences in blankets of distortion while most nu gazers were first discovering that there was a whole world of fuzz beyond Loveless.
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