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Performer: Trust Punks
Title: Double Bind
Country: New Zealand
Released: 2016
Style: Alternative Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.1 ✦
Other format: AUD DXD VOX VQF MOD MP4 XM

Tracklist

A1 Paradise/ange-wire 4:07
A2 Good Luck With That 2:03
A3 The Reservoir 3:00
A4 Half The Way Down 3:08
A5 Double Bind 1:40
A6 Leaving Room For The Lord 4:54
B1 Pig 4:55
B2 Lawrence 0:37
B3 Riding It Out 4:57
B4 Beneath The Commons 5:07
B5 Bank Of God 8:50

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Chicago Mastering Service

Credits

  • Cover – Erin Wallis, Trust Punks
  • Design – Daniel Reeves
  • Horns – Steven Huf
  • Mastered By – Matthew J Barnhart*
  • Mixed By – Trust Punks
  • Producer – Lawrence Goodwin
  • Recorded By – Alexander Grant, Matt Neville
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Lawrence Goodwin

Notes

Trust Punks are Paul Brown, Alexander Grant, Lliam Powell, Joseph Thomas and Maté Vella
Additional guitars and synthesiser by Lawrence Goodwin
Horns by Steven Huf
Tracks 1-7 & 9-11 by Brown/Grant/Powell/Thomas/Vella
Track 8 by Goodwin
Recorded by Lawrence Goodwin, Alexander Grant and Matthew Neville in Auckland, New Zealand and Sydney, Australia July 2014 - October 2015 Mixed by Lawrence Goodwin & Trust Punks, January 2015 - October 2015 Mastered by Matthew Barnhart, Chicago Mastering Service, October 2015
Produced by Lawrence Goodwin
Thank you: Lawree, Aaron, Dan, Trip, Doug, Huf, Nev, Richard, Mitch, Residents of 13 King St, Lucy, Soph, Erin, Money, Parents, Brothers, Sisters

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WCR 055, URA4950, FAUX043 Trust Punks Double Bind ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Wharf Cat Records, Spunk Records, Faux Discx WCR 055, URA4950, FAUX043 New Zealand 2016

Paradise, Angel-Wire, 04:07. The Reservoir, 03:00.

Paul Brown//Alexander Grant//Lliam Powell//Joseph Thomas//Maté Vella.

LP - Wharf Cat Records. They're not complacent, and they don't want their listeners to be, either.

Mike's Pick of the Week: Trust Punks - Double Bind. For their second release, Trust Punks pursue a more syncopated and drone-y sound, pulling more from their post-punk predecessors and diving deeper into a political and angst-ridden murky pool that hasn't been cleaned in ages. Can't believe it took hearing it over the PA at The Foundry to discover this pearler of an album. Like a distinctly antipodean take on the Preoccupations/Viet Cong/Women (RIP) sound.

Double Bind reveals the band on a tear through an Australasia that's a precarious and nasty place for the young and the restless. In a time where there's more vying for your attention than ever - more outrage, more distraction, more content - Double Bind ticks all the boxes. It's angry for all the same reasons you are, but it's also involving and intricate, a record to get lost in.

Trust Punks’ Double Bind could easily be titled Lo-fi Anthems for the Disaffected. Precedented but by no means pastiche, the New Zealand 5-piece aligns most closely with the non-categorical attitude, and rumbling guitars of Wire. This said, their crashing fretwork, and shambolic rhythms also collide with the sprawling song structures, and repeated grooves of Krautrock. New Zealand’s Trust Punks thrust us into their warped world of sonic fragments on their new LP Double Bind. Moments of ambient minimalism devolve into a world of disorientation, and sonic saturation. The delicate piano sonatas of title track Double Bind are juxtaposed against the jarring guitar of Leaving Room for The Lord. The latter combines mishmashed lyrics, and fumbling rhythms, adding perfectly to the general air of antagonism. Pig follows with more fittingly dissonant fretwork before breaking into an anthem-like sing along.