All At Once
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Throughout their lifetime as a band, Screaming Females have moved against the prevailing winds. Over six albums and more than a decade of touring, they have remained deeply individual and steadfastly DIY.
Each new album has been a reaction to the last - a chance for the band to challenge itself and its audience by switching course and subverting expectations.
'All At Once' is Screaming Females seventh record - a double LP that captures the band at its most ambitious and expansive. The trio spent a month recording with Bayles in Seattle, splitting time between London Bridge Studio and Red Room.
They employed an expanded palette of instrumentation (organs, wurlitzers, synthesizers) and even a few guests (Fugazis Brendan Canty adds a second drum set to Soft Domination). The expectations that surround being in a band have changed a lot since Screaming Females started up in 2005. Part of that is the shift into an internet-enhanced culture - where experience of bodies in a room is sometimes subjugated by data, metrics, and the projection of identity through digital means.
'All At Once' is a reminder there's a hopeful and joyful energy to underground music-making. Patience, perseverance, and long term dedication still work.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Music Genre||Alternative Rock|
|Music Genre Primary||Alternative|
- 1. Glass House
- 2. Black Moon
- 3. I'll Make You Sorry
- 4. Dirt
- 5. Agnes Martin
- 6. Deeply
- 7. Soft Domination
- 8. End of My Bloodline
- 9. Chamber for Sleep (Part One)
- 10. Chamber for Sleep (Part Two)
- 11. Bird in Space
- 12. Fantasy Lens
- 13. My Body
- 14. Drop by Drop
- 15. Step Outside
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