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  • Interprète: Pumice
  • Titre: PUNY
  • Ver. en format MP3: 2495 mb
  • Ver. en format FLAC: 1249 mb
  • Pays: US
  • Date de publication: 03 Apr 2012
  • Style: Lo-Fi, Folk, Experimental
  • # Catalogue: SAB050
  • Label: Soft Abuse
  • Classement: 4.8 of 5
  • Genre: Rock / Fichiers Audio / Folklorique, Monde
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1Cuachag Nan Craobh9:19
2Smell The Towel3:27
3Stink Moon3:32
4Covered In Spiders5:26
5Hey Crap Crab3:37
6Coeliacs Bring A Plate2:32
7Ready To Rot3:00
9Hump Piss1:26


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SAB050Pumice PUNY ‎(LP, Album, Ltd)Soft AbuseSAB050US2012
SAB050Pumice PUNY ‎(LP, Album, Ltd)Soft AbuseSAB050US2012


  • LayoutChris Berry
  • Mastered ByPatrick Klem
  • PerformerStefan Neville


Recorded at Dr. Fils in May and at High Seas in November, 2010.
Mixed at Mainz in December.


  • Barcode: 70754143869



Out Of Eden. Album 2012 9 Songs. Indie Rock free to Pumice PUNY Hey Crap Crab, Stink Moon and more. 9 tracks 44:26. The basic goal of Pumice to produce fuzzy, echo-heavy home recordings of pop hooks as such remains the same, though, from the start of Hey Crap Crab, a woozy jaunt. Perhaps it makes sense that the conventionally prettiest song is also the shortest - and called Hump Piss. Puny, 2012. Hey Crap Crab, 03:37. Ready to Rot, 02:59. Coeliacs Bring a Plate, 02:32. Hump Piss, 01:25. Cuachag Nan Craobh, 09:19. Summary: The fourth solo album from New Zealand's Stefan Neville is his first full-length release in four years. Buy On. Record Label: Soft Abuse. Pumice: Real Blood is Better Than Fake Blood, Hemochromatosis Bring a Plate, Its More Realistic Too и другие песни. While listening to Puny, the latest release from Pumice, that feeling was sparked more than once. Thankfully, that feeling can also act as a clear-cut indicator that the person behind the noise is doing something remarkably right. While it's true that anyone can make noise, only select few are extremely effective when experimenting with it. Pumice is one of those few. Puny starts with the immediately jarring Hey Crap Crab, which features seriously distorted instruments and near-indecipherable lyrics. It's a strange thing to listen to and increasingly difficult to dissect. PUNY serves as a trophy of these toils. PUNY is as downcast as it is transformative, slowly burrowing under your skin with insidious and buried melodies, malaise and raw beauty. PUNY marks another step beyond the usual NZ underground comparisons for Neville's songs Scottish organ dirges are balanced with voice-driven doo wop haka experiments, stumbling twang, and minor-key pop strumming delivered as only Pumice can. Another wistful & unique - yet familiar - offering from this modern pakeha noise-pop auteur

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