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Terminal Cheesecake Dandelion Sauce of the Ancients

Terminal Cheesecake — Dandelion Sauce of the Ancients (November 11, 2016)

 Terminal Cheesecake — Dandelion Sauce of the Ancients Terminal Cheesecake — Dandelion Sauce of the Ancients (November 11, 2016)Location: London, UK
Album release: November 11, 2016
Record Label: Box Records
Duration:     39:18
Tracks:
1. Birds In 6/8     5:50
2. Poultice      6:00
3. The Winding Path     6:45
4. Dandelions     5:52
5. Mr. Wipey’s Day Trip To Guilford Haven     2:12
6. Song For John Pt. 1     8:37
7. Lord Jagged (The Chemical Teacake Quintet)    4:02
Personnel:
Current;
⦿   Russ — Dan Krane — Guitars/Bass/Samples/plastic farmyard animals
⦿   Horseloaf Horseloafson — Guitars/Samples/Bass/Equine effects/ TC backline hospital
⦿   Neil Von Fish — Vocal stylings/heartwarming tales/ cassette manipulation/samples
⦿   Dave C — Al Salami — Bass/guitars/visual concept
⦿   Johnny J Beat — Drums, samples, vehicle repair/consultancy
⦿   Terminal Cheesecake are Russ Smith, Gordon Watson, John Jobbagy, Neil Francis and Dave Cochrane
⦿   Cover Design/Layout by Dave Cochrane
⦿   Artwork Photographs by Craig Earp
⦿   Recorded at Runway Studios and Bear Bites Horse Studios
⦿   Terminal Cheesecake return with ‘Dandelion Sauce Of The Ancients’, the band’s first studio album since 1994!
⦿   Forming in London in 1988 Terminal Cheesecake made waves releasing an uncompromising blend of psych, dub and industrial grooves across two EPs, six albums and a now infamous session for John Peel.
⦿   Last year the band celebrated their reincarnation with the release of an outstanding and deservedly praised live album ‘Cheese Brain Fondue’ released on US based label Artificial Head.
⦿   “In many ways it’s like they’ve never been away — the same spark of aural anarchy is there as is that feeling of having put your brain through a mangle....it’s been a while but, by Christ, it feels good!” — Dayz Of Purple & Orange
Review
By: Jamie Jones
⦿   It’s been almost three decades since Terminal Cheesecake launched themselves onto an unsuspecting world, a fact that is bound to make a lot of heads feel very old. For slightly younger listeners (me included) who missed them the first time around their reappearance may well have them wondering why the hell all that Britpop nonsense was such a big deal in the early 90s when we had weirdos like these creating bizarre headfuck noise on the fringes. But those of us who hadn’t even reached secondary school by the time the Cheesecake had split up need to remember that when they formed in 1988 Britain was a very different place. Picture this, if you dare — the country is run by a power–bobbed, steely eyed Tory PM hell bent on implementing a divisive right wing agenda while the Labour party is too busy waging an internal war over just how left wing is left wing enough to mount an effective opposition.
⦿   Sends chills down your spine, doesn’t it?
⦿   The more things change and all that. But whilst British politics seems stuck in some horrifying time loop we can at least be thankful that in the 15 years since Terminal Cheesecake called it a day the musical landscape has grown to be a little more hospitable for wilfully weird. It’s fair to say that the Cheesecake’s initial run wasn’t as celebrated as it should have been — whilst noted lovers of leftfield nonsense like John Peel and Simon Reynolds hailed their wild, unhinged 6 album run they’ve been largely forgotten by all but a small cadre of believers, and were perhaps in danger of being something of a small footnote in the annals of British rock history. But now there’s a vibrant, thriving underground scene in the UK — we’re lucky to have a number of shit hot noise/psych labels and promoters and festivals active right now. It’s an environment in which Terminal Cheesecake can feel right at home.
⦿   And so, following a few festival outings and solo shows — captured in last years rather fine Cheese Brain Fondue: Live In Marseille album — in Dandelion Sauce of the Ancients we have their first studio recording since 1994’s King of All Spaceheads. The band haven’t made it back entirely intact however, with GNOD vocalist Neil Francis having taken over from Gary Boniface. It’s a match that makes perfect sense: the Cheesecake have a good argument for being the missing link between the British psych bands of the 70s and today’s noisier, wilder psych outfits like The Cosmic Dead, Blown Out and GNOD themselves. Both GNOD and Terminal Cheesecake bands share a great deal of DNA, both merrily engaging in genre splicing when the mood takes them and defaulting to a noisy, unhinged brand of psychedelia. Indeed opener ‘Birds in 6/8′ would probably sound like it could have been ripped straight from one of GNOD’s more guitar~centric releases even without Francis’ involvement.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TerminalCheescake/
Bandcamp: https://boxrecordsshop.bandcamp.com/album/dandelion-sauce-of-the-ancients
Label: http://box-records.com/
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