Receptacles – That Explains Everything - 2019 No Wave Art Rock Funk Rock LP
Receptacles – That Explains Everything
Maternal Voice – MAVO L4
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Style:Post Punk Jazz
A1 Less is More
A2 Buffer Cursor
A4 The Picture Pt. 1
B3 The Picture Pt. 2
B4 Remaining The Saming
B6 The Picture Pt. 3
Drums, Mixed By – Dennis Egberth
Guitar, Mixed By – Anton Toorell
Mastered By – Mikey Young
Vocals, Bass – Joe Williamson
Recorded 2018 at Studio Brus, Stockholm.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Etched): MAVOL 4 A2
Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Etched): MAVOL 4 B2
"Receptacles make music that disturbs easy categorization. While listeners may hear influences from no-wave, afro-beat, free jazz, funk or punk, Receptacles are not simply a mix of these styles. They have harnessed an essence of spontaneity and in doing so have created something unique and completely their own.
Receptacles wilfully instigate and manipulate an elasticity of form, key, tempo and metre. The absurdist, spoken-word lyrics act as the lynchpin in the reckless, hectic, headlong, joyful collision of rhythms and riffs. An anarchistic relationship to group dynamics ensures a strong, original, unified sound, where the sum is more than the parts, and yet the parts are more than the sum."
What if Captain Beefheart had cut his teeth listening to The Fall instead of Howlin’ Wolf and Bo Diddley? The result might have sounded like Receptacles’ new album, ‘That Explains Everything’, a near-perfect example of the “jazzed up punk shit” that Mark E. Smith once preached about but never quite produced.