Eddy Current Suppression Ring

Grain Zine & The Triffid

Eddy Current Suppression Ring

8:00pm, Fri 2 July, 2021
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Eddy Current Suppression Ring w/ very special guests Goon Sax & Blank Realm

We have decided to postpone our Triffid shows until Friday 02nd JULY 2021 when things have hopefully simmered down and it's cool to hang out again. Please hold on to your tickets but if you need a refund in the meantime, please contact Moshtix

lots of love, ECSR

‘It is impossible to deny 

no one sounds like Eddy Current 

I was hooked from riff one 

and I was lucky enough to do a full tour of Australia with them years ago

good fucking boys 

simple as beer and chips

and that satisfying live 

but that’s not to say there aren't odd complexities to their definitive sound

You can smell mikey youngs guitar approach 

like sasquatch rustling the bushes 

Every time you think you see the bend ahead 

you go into a tunnel or backtrack for a moment 

then back to a nice place you can call home 

Rob’s bass is pub fuzz groove 

It’s shells on the floor and leaning against the wall with one hand while you have a piss

thinking maybe you can take that guy?

only one way to find out 

oh wait,  he’s smiling… 

nice bloke 

Danny’s drums are a clinic in reservedness 

4 on the floor 

This guy’s Charlie Watts in the looking glass

every hit a necessity

solid, not flashy 

like the lead street tough in a 70’s flick 

he don’t say much, but it counts

and then there is Brendan 

be-gloved lead mensch in this quartet 

singing with earnest street poet confidence

his message coming in on the weird-wire 

hard to describe 

best to just listen and see 

a pub punk priest 

We are very pleased to have these boys back on the streets

It had been far too long”

JPD – Castle Face Records