michael a grammar
random vision unveil a psychedelic sense of wonder, recalling boards of canada’s mind-ensconcing atmospherics, the beta band (had they been chowing down on ritalin), or broadcast (whose song ‘michael a grammar’ lends the band its name).
from the explosion of ‘upstairs downstairs’ anthemic chorus to the driving melody of 8-minute meandering closer ‘the way you move', the contrasts & strength of this band’s songwriting is crystal clear. from playing an analogue radio through guitar pick-ups wired through delay & reverb pedals, to positioning microphones around their new home capturing the strangest sounds they could find, all random vision’s recordings have been pushed together propelling the band beyond that of a straightforward guitar group, hurtling them towards a bright & busy future.
- The Day I Come Alive
- Upstairs Downstairs
- The Way You Move