DION (dion Lunadon of A Place To Bury Strangers)
dig this – totally blown out, dirty shredding post-punk brimming with spontaneous lofi energy from the man who bought you a place to bury strangers’ bass lines.
we’ve got hyper-rocking garage stompers a la oh sees, the make-up style dirty creepers, rockabilly psych toss-offs, and even some krauty repeato-rock moments. it’s all bound together with this exhilarating almost bleak rawness, which doesn’t stop it being a total riot from start to finish. we are going to spending lots of time with this one…“Dion Lunadon’s dedut album retains certain elements from his previous bands, the bouncy uptempo simplicity of The D4 and some of the slower songs have the spacey vibe of A Place to Bury Strangers, without seeming derivative and managing to retain its own identity” 8/10 – spill magazine