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Bernal Hill

by Subimage

Indie noisepop. Razor disco. Baggy beats. Seattle doses on Manchester. Huh?
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Hardwire
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2. Real Fun
3:10 $0.99
3. Bernal Hill
4:41 $0.99
4. Maple Lane
4:50 $0.99
5. Big Powerful Robot
5:52 $0.99
6. Lagoon
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7. Red Hill Road
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8. Technopolis Housewife
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9. Evolve
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Album Notes
Subimage Bernal Hill inevitably happens when... a fire breaks out at the Flipper Flapper, which harshes a once happy Monday, which inspires the immediate assassination of one Austrian leader, which of course always causes world war. Not to worry though, as the Subimage tradition guarantees love with those rockets, breeders among those ruins, and an unquenchable desire for more tea.



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Brit rock, snarly guitars, sing-sneering up a storm...
Subimage has gone through quite a remarkable transformation for this third release. Following the very '80s inspired effervescent electro-poppy Etoc and Fruitpacifist, Mainman Chris Campbell has opted for more of a Brit rock approach, and expanded his lone mission into a trio with the addition of bassist Ruba and guitarist Greg. It's still got the thumpin' dancebeat, but Bernal Hill is driven more by snarly electric guitars than burbly synthesizers. That's not even mentioning the vocals. Campbell is sing-sneering up a storm. The big picture is sorta reminiscent of That Petrol Emotion and Primal Scream or the more recent sounds of Radio 4, Franz Ferdinand and The Rapture. Punchy with a lot more attitude.


Great indie pop holds it's own!
I have long enjoyed Subimage, and this album makes me love them even more. A fantastic first try, this album will be sure to quench your indie cravings!