Track of the week

Hunned Bandz

Tanukichan

COMPANY RECORDS / 2018
8.0

Sundays


Tanukichan

By: Rudy Dennis

Sundays can be very strange days. No matter where you are (mentally or geographically), what the weather is like, or who you’re spending a Sunday with, Sunday’s consistently elicit the same elusive atmosphere. I often feel exactly how Hannah van Loon looks like she feels on the cover of this album. Tired, puzzlingly peaceful, searching for something in my mind but never quite finding it. Hannah van Loon of Tanukichan elegantly captures the feelings that Sundays permeate into a bottle and corks it, allowing the listener to open it up, take a whiff and try to work through the feeling of Sunday any day of the week.

Complete with catchy and melancholy distortion soaked guitar riffs, harmonic bass lines, soft complimentary synth chords, and Hannah’s velvety vocals, Tanukichan’s Sundays has positioned itself as one of the best shoegaze rock releases of 2018.

Throw this album on and float.

Sundays


Tanukichan

By: Rudy Dennis

COMPANY RECORDS / 2018
8.0

Sundays can be very strange days. No matter where you are (mentally or geographically), what the weather is like, or who you’re spending a Sunday with, Sunday’s consistently elicit the same elusive atmosphere. I often feel exactly how Hannah van Loon looks like she feels on the cover of this album. Tired, puzzlingly peaceful, searching for something in my mind but never quite finding it. Hannah van Loon of Tanukichan elegantly captures the feelings that Sundays permeate into a bottle and corks it, allowing the listener to open it up, take a whiff and try to work through the feeling of Sunday any day of the week.

Complete with catchy and melancholy distortion soaked guitar riffs, harmonic bass lines, soft complimentary synth chords, and Hannah’s velvety vocals, Tanukichan’s Sundays has positioned itself as one of the best shoegaze rock releases of 2018.

Throw this album on and float.