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These Are Powers' late 2007 debut Terrific Seasons is propelled by the energy and anarchy of punk, to be sure, but there's something more mysterious lurking beneath the surface. Guitars emulate warping sheets of metal, and drums and vocals alike sound like they're bouncing off the walls of a cavernous abandoned warehouse. You Come With Nothing" kicks off the album in rousing fashion, with frenetic drums, throbbing bass, and caterwauling vocals coalescing into a condensed, ruthlessly efficient two-minute epic. Makes Visible" is spookier and more hypnotic, while "Cracks in the Lifeline" makes good use of still more mysteriously sick sounds pulsing against the percussion.
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June 10, 2009 By Jackie Snow. I’ll admit I chose to interview this trio since they struck me as the most likely to get the dance party started (I’ve been aching for one big time). Besides making me want to be part in a sweaty mass at a show, THESE ARE POWERS are engaging in some forward looking art collaborations, bringing visual art to previously only audio shows
These Are Powers were an avant-garde, experimental noise dance band from Brooklyn, New York founded by singer and guitarist Anna Barie and bassist Pat Noecker (Liars) in 2006. With drummer Ted McGrath, These Are Powers recorded the Silver Lung 7" and Terrific Seasons LP originally released on HOSS Records and later re-released by Dead Oceans. The early recordings were inspired by African polyrhythms, Der Blaue Reiter, John Cage, Alice Coltrane, and Pandit Pran Nath. These Are Powers increasingly collaborated with other musicians, dancers, visual artists, designers and videographers for their album artwork, performances, costuming, set design, and gallery events, becoming more of a collective than a band. They gained a reputation worldwide for their high energy live shows, often in unusual venues. TAP performed increasingly in Europe, as well as in museums and galleries.
And that's because These Are Powers are rocking the underground. They've polished some of the grime off their electronics since Taro Tarot and learned that negative space is a powerful noise too. Pat Noecker's bass is still strung with hyena gut and Bill Salas' kit is still half Tito Puente, half Test Department, and Anna Barie is still a diva descended from Kim Gordon, Polly Harvey and Lydia Lunch. Put it all together and they are like a nesting doll full of napalm
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- Artwork – Ted McGrath
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Chris Beam, These Are Powers
NotesThese Are Powers: Anna Barie, Ted McGrath, Pat Noecker.
Cassette edition of 100 copies.
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