Dirty Signals

by Slunq

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p_zetner Fine album, especially the 2, 3, 4, 5 punch of "Using Pumps" (a great "Wire" circa 2015 feel) to "Ohms" to "Like a Mouth" (late "Cardiacs" sound in the "rice comes from the grace of nylon tapes" section) to "Stand Still" (awesome intrusion of weird synth / keyboards). Oddly brought to a close by "Do You Remember Foam" which would easily fit on a Super Furry Animals album. Favorite track: Stand Still.
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1.
when you slapped the cow when you ate your frown the beads in your pocket spilled   like piss from an owl  feathered brain splat words form beak break him time clock backwards hand zoo translucent paste peeled from dead walls in return for generous funding will you not renounce tiny grasping hands they feed in your pocket still like a postal frame    I sing at her I think at her our mother hare our threshold bare  tang doc pride mate lift she up cloud forward think ape globs of good paste prang forth beach land let us bring forth generous future
2.
Using Pumps 03:57
Using Pumps In late or ideal Asleep Feigning good cause It keeps Pleading for service In need of a chair Erasing bad fortunes Improving the air Taken down to the back streets And fed like a clown On the good shit Using up Find a way to destroy Using up Find a way destroy Using up find a way to destroy Using pumps We’ll find a way to destroy Using up Find a way to destroy Using pumps We’ll find a way to destroy We’ll find a way to destroy To destroy Social but handsome You’re up to the view of time they clench
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Ohms 02:55
Like a spinning cube on the receptionist's screen, my wrist seems positively charged. A time to swim around the mantle   and to the seed. Placed as it was in garden, it hardens and gives up birth. And in doing so it also gives up girth. Potassium and coal in the postman’s dream:  “What could these materials mean?”  “In terms of work and my good fortune?”  He divines his life as it was in city. In the hives of other minds.  Apprehend the feathered beast. Heal his mind. Heal his beak. Try to save every word that he speaks behind the curtain. Every word that he speaks. Every molecule. Every word that he speaks. Every molecule.
4.
Like A Mouth 02:52
the kitchen of your dreams can now be truly yours when you add your name to this list of insects huge bacteria are fucking in your shed they will ruin all of your gardening stuff rice comes from the grace of nylon tapes tapes tapes i had a go of it, that money-making scheme turned out there were no plans in your handbag lick the slopes don’t  hide your ropes from every girl who lays an egg within your pouch find a hole don’t break the pile that sleeps in you and eats in you it’s like a mouth
5.
Stand Still 02:32
movements are golden shepherds are singing penguins are ringing bells of pure light and   it’s alright to stand still in badly lit kitchens eating pure light and   it’s alright to stand still by the  side of the sparkling fountain wearing stupid bracelets on your wrists  it’s alright  it’s airtight where the objects breathe animals drinking fountains of meaning grappling with feeling lumps of pure light and it’s alright to stand still in badly lit kitchens eating dead mice and   it’s alright to stand still with stupid bracelets on your wrists  it’s alright  it’s airtight where the objects breathe put those stupid bracelets on your wrists  it’s alright  it’s airtight where the objects breathe
6.
Mnemonic 03:30
It is tame with timid frame and manners to match, such a righteous catch. It’s feeding here in the grass. We’ll try not to laugh while holding on to what the safe space provides. We’re stuffing our mouths with time and lives and knives. Time was shaking, his mouth aching from taste of fire hose so lay him down. It’s not tame. It has no frame, no context to blame. Such a righteous name. We’ll try not to laugh while holding on to what the safe space provides. We’re stuffing our mouths with time and lives and knives.
7.
into the dentist not into the dentist’s place of business, but into the dentist the actual dentist into his body in through the winding lanes of his nerves and into his organs to read his intentions we’ll go to the river down by the winding curves of its nerves and stare at the water the actual water now thrust your hand into that water and pull out the feathers which grow from the river’s dirty signals just as he will have more than just teeth on his mind today i think you will have more than just water on your hands keith is still alive i sense it i can feel it in my hands luminescence rising from the depths
8.
Reservoir 03:10
It’s a Craig a shunt in the bag Push your legs make them flap Then make a note of any revisions Such as The state of solids in relation to empty space and to liquids and observe the following fact: the man has feathers instead of hands the man has feathers instead of hands the man has feathers instead of hands
9.
Shambolism 03:48
shambolism bad winter bad orange winter crystals have an illustration of a pheasant on the packaging for some reason he asked how was the harvest? how was the damn harvest? melons were damned, in cold unusual soil unripened praxis of sheep's tongues insert cloves into his waxy palms you want that bloody hue? you’re gonna have to wait till the dirt catches up with the rest of this pathetic shop shovelling grains of sound into air ducts with a grumbling stomach the cow makes her way towards the bus stop there is pineapple pulp oozing from the exhaust pipe if there is anything else we can help with please do not hesitate to sleep for a thousand years
10.
Vortex 03:08
Preserved, defective  offend he daughters on. Rejoiced, prospective mean grey shall power and. Where Brian’s image tried to crawl up the senseless carpet. Piss out my teeth and bring me time, cakes, hand-jobs and items. You’re using pumps to mend it (But wait, shit, that’s not the right song - This is the one that Peter sent on Friday) This is extremely stressful. But wait here while I undress this lonely dog. I’m just a lad who painted his face  as words drift out of silent men. I’m just a lad who painted his face  as words drift out of silent men. Preserved, defective  offend he daughters on. Rejoiced, prospective mean grey shall power and.
11.
Shell It 03:17
Pincers grappling Wake up it’s happening Forearms taped to the chair What’s that colour in the air? Health sheets draped over sick cars For their own good Like paste It’s not like grapes Shining and incomplete Shell it For peace of mind Him broken kind Shell it For peace of mind Him broken kind Shell it Welcome to this place To curtains that match your face Tables taped to the chair Utensils stuck in your hair Shell it For peace of mind Him broken kind Shell it For peace of mind Him broken kind Shell it Writing hearts Eating lice You break apart holes Shell it For peace of mind Him broken kind Shell it For peace of mind Him broken kind Shell it Shell it
12.
Shipments 03:29
break ships it is feeding time naked fleeced and shined in seasons to call our own rice on the ground as the waiter explodes rice on your tongue as your feelings emerge and spill into papers for the doctors to read the wheelbarrow’s broken there is no need for speed rice on the ground as the waiter explodes rice on your tongue as your feelings emerge and spill into papers for the doctors to read the wheelbarrow’s broken there is no need for speed the meat says just feed him the meat says just feed him the meat says just believe him raising values for the crop of hipster wheat fields while the value drops the meat says just feed him the meat says just feed him slowly the meat says just feed him slowly and manufacture a new type of shirt to wear at the funerals of high-street shops shops
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released November 1, 2019

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Slunq are Peter Dahl-Collins, Chris Collins and Daniel Knowler. They make noisy, spiky rock music.

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