Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Daughters


Daughters are a four-piece mathcore/noise band from Providence, Rhode Island that formed in 2001. They broke up in 2009, though reformed in 2013. They've evolved quite a bit over their time as a band, starting out as a grindcore-influenced band and settling on a more straight-forward but equally intense sound on their last album. They're quite hard to pin down, since they're no strangers to experimentation, though fans of bands like Circle Takes The Square, The Number Twelve Looks Like You, The Locust, Botch, and Jeromes Dream will probably take interest. Daughters are an incredible band unlike any other, and have already earned themselves a "classic" status for their three perfect albums. Enjoy.

1. Hello Assholes
2. Flattery Is A Bunch Of Fucking Bullshit
3. A Room Full of Hard-Ons and Nowhere To Sit Down
4. My Stereo Has Mono And So Does My Girlfriend

1. Fur Beach
2. Jones From Indiana
3. I Slept With The Daughters And All I Got Was This Lousy Song Written About Me
4. ...And Then The C.H.U.D.S. Came
5. Mike Morowitz, The Fantasy Fuck
6. Nurse, Would You Please Prep The Patient For The Sexual Doctor
7. I Don't Give A Shit About Wood, I'm Not A Chemist
8. Pants, Meet Shit
9. Damn Those Bloodsuckers And Their Good Qualities
10. The Ghost With The Most

1. Daughters Spelled Wrong
2. Fiery
3. Recorded Inside A Pyramid
4. Boner X-Ray
5. Feisty Snake-Woman
6. Providence By Gaslight
7. Hyperventilationsystem
8. Crotch Buffet
9. Cheers Pricks
10. The Fuck Whisperer

1. The Virgin
2. The First Supper
3. The Hit
4. The Theatre Goer
5. Our Queens (One Is Many, Many Are One)
6. The Dead Singer
7. Sweet Georgia Bloom
8. The Unattractive, Portable Head

10. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter (Nirvana cover)

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12. Big Cheese (Nirvana cover)

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2 comments:

  1. What about Lana Del Rey, Sophie?

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  2. If you're looking for more bands that sound like Daughters check out Pretty Mouth and Quartier Rouge, same vocal style with a bit of their own thing to offer instrumentally.

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