Good Good Things -- Good Good Things
|Band||Good Good Things|
|Album||Good Good Things|
|Genre||Rock, Experimental, Minimalism|
|Release date (album)||2014|
|Release date (review)||2018/04/30|
| A low-fi rockish alternative piece of music. Unpolished, hardly balanced and therefore slightly off in terms of sound and conception. The medium of choice had been a tape on which those six tracks had been distributed equally on both sites. All comes with a surprisingly charming cover artwork. It lacks the seriousness, which is quite an ample nod into the direction of the music. It should be noted that the overall length is just a bit above twelve minutes, which leaves little room for exploring ideas in each of the tracks.
All is rather straight-forward and mostly without much of a playing around. Riffs and arrangements are repeated excessively, while vocal elements play a somewhat crucial and dominating role. Distorted as these appear, it is up to them to create a counterpoint to the (often) monotonous performance of the instruments.
This release has a certain charm, but it tends to wear off rather fast and unmistakeably. There is simply not much to go by in terms of overall complexity, variation and interesting facets.