Kategorie: CD-Reviews | Genre: Stoner/Desertrock | Heft: Jahrgang 2014, eclipsed Nr. 162 / 7-8-2014 | VÖ-Jahr: 2014 | Wertung: 7/10 | Label: Bilocation | Autor: CA
The Daily Thompson are always in the temptation of delivering the ultimate Stonerburner on their debut from headbanger to headbanger. What the three-man from Dortmund then succeeds again and again in an amazing and fascinating way. With minimal effort, i.e. with guitar, drums and bass, the maximum effect is once again achieved. Daily Thompson work with the psychedelic of acts like Colourhaze, but their songs offer more potential and would certainly like to make the long journey to the Rancho de la Luna just to get a worthy partner for a very special Desert session in the Queens Of The Stone Age. Tracks like "Mothman" have the blues and the very special heavy groove intus, which is good for much more than just a subtle foot bounce. "Blackwood" looks like a good old soudgarden cracker, but with less grunge and more stoner aspects. "Attract Me" with its almost good-humoured twang could be the secret hit of this album and "Lifetime" combines Pothead's nonchalance with self-forgotten fuzz rock.
Top Track: Lifetime