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Performer: The Fag Machine
Genre: Rock
Title: Daylight Saving
Country: UK
Released: 20 Apr 2013
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Mod, Beat
Label: Not On Label
Catalog Number: FAG 003
MP3 version ZIP size: 1656 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1386 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 090

Tracklist

1Salt-Lick2:25
2A.M. Radio Eskimo6:07
3Formaldehyde3:52
4Off The Shoulder5:02
5Ivory Snow3:52
6Daylight Saving6:53
7Gone To Ground5:46
8Waxwork4:08
9Limousine3:29

Credits

  • Mixed ByThe West

Notes

Released on Record Store Day 2013.

Video

Album

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Review by Mark Whitby, Dandelion Radio
http://unwashedterritories.blogspot.com/2013/05/the-fag-machine-daylight-saving.html

The words 'a rock band from Wrexham' don't, in themselves, possess an especially great ring. Nothing to do with the word Wrexham, I should add, but 'rock band' is usually an epithet to be avoided at all costs, not that there's especially anything wrong with it either, while the 'a' has a conveyor belt air about it: it might suggest something formulaic, run of the mill, drab.

Which is precisely why I'll avoid the words when attempting to describe the music of The Fag Machine, even though their bandcamp site quite happily, and unpretentiously, uses the tags 'rock' and 'Wrexham' on their bandcamp site. I'll avoid them because The Fag Machine are different, to give the impression that they're just another 'rock' band would be an unforgivable offence.

They work, it's true, in what might be termed a standard rock idiom, but that's the only thing standard about them. They take guitar and drums and remind you that such instruments, when in the right hands, carry a potency like no other. They re-engage us with a line that begins, roughly, with The Stooges and takes us through primal American guitar music as delivered by the Dead Boys then through Sonic Youth and Mudhoney and on into the wild, untameable future. These are, indeed, exalted reference points, but that's only fitting because The Fag Machine matter.

I first encountered them via their EP 'The Safety Word' a couple of years ago. They've now taken the raw, brilliant impetus of that early promise and built a whole album around it, losing nothing of that raw brilliance in the process. It's called Daylight Saving, it appeared on Record Store Day and it's pretty damn wonderful. From the opening chords of 'Ivory Snow' you know you're in venerable company: there's more than a whiff of Jim Morrison about the vocal drawl, an LA Woman era swagger that most bands would look silly attempting.

The Fag Machine pull it off, you sense, because there's an honesty here: no pretence, no urge to fit in some easy category, to fulfil some marketing man's wet dream - they're about as far from those bands who get in touch with me telling me, with depressing accuracy, that 'we sound like The Foo Fighters/Kings of Leon/Green Day' as music can get, which suits me just fine. This is never derivative - it exhumes 'rock' corpses not to praise them but to further add to their glory. The almost-seven-minute title track doesn't use its length to parade or show off the band's undoubted technical expertise, but to celebrate and, in acting as the album's closer, ask intriguing questions about what this fine band might do next.

Despite so many interesting signposts towards future possibilities, I've chosen the older 'Formaldehyde' to play in my May Dandelion Radio show, which streams at various times during this month. Why? Because I still love it, because it's a tune that oughtn't to be ignored and because, in securing a place on this collection, it offers a link between that raw promise and its eventually flowering on this collection. This is an even better than expected debut album - find out more of what this phenomenal band has to offer here.

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Review by Martyn Coppack, Echoes and Dust
http://echoesanddust.com/2013/04/the-fag-machine-daylight-saving

Having slowly built up a head of steam over the last couple of years The Fag Machine have finally come of age with Daylight Saving, their debut album. The product of an extended birth, perfectionists at heart, The Fag Machine have built on their early demos to create a beast of an album which is both retrospective in its influences and forward looking in its delivery.

Casting aside the visceral punk of earlier outings, indeed ‘Salt Lick’ is the only nod to that past, they have embraced the sound of 1960's garage rock and added some B-movie lyrics inspired in no part by Nick Cave. The Fag Machine show intent from the off with ‘Ivory Snow’, a song which encompasses black humour and seriousness. All psychedelic guitars and snarling vocals, it was made to open up an album.

By ‘Waxwork’ the band are spreading out their sound and finally settle into a groove. Both early 80's Factory or Bauhaus and Nuggets era garage, it is epic in proportion without quite tipping over into what could so easily have been Classic Rock territory. ‘Limousine’ carries this on with its cascading melody akin to an old Joy Division song and frontman Phil Chennells slipping into yet another character from his disturbed dreams.

A special nod must be made to the rhythm section who anchor these songs in some sort of reality whilst the twin guitar attack takes you up and onwards. ‘Gone to Ground’, the best song here, is a perfect example of this as its extended coda sets its heart for the sun. This is dark psychedelia though, a bad trip.

‘Formaldehyde’, a link to the past but now completely reworked opens up with a forbidding organ and then turns into some sort of woozy fair ride. Imagine all those old Edgar Allen Poe movies and you have The Fag Machine distilled on this song.

Coming off the back of this, ‘Off The Shoulder’ is shocking in its almost day-glo pop and you can imagine none other than Jarvis Cocker writhing about to it, What it does it set you up for the final coda of title track ‘Daylight Saving’ which is a grinding beast of a song which threatens to fall apart at times but just about keeps itself going for the final retribution. Mechanical, orgiastic and utterly thrilling.

For a debut album, they don't come much more fully formed than this and this is a band who haven't seen sight of a record label yet. Completely self-funded and done for the love of the music, it is testament to their belief that Daylight Saving turns out so well. I may be slightly biased as I know the band very well, but I put it to you, The Fag Machine are here, and they are not going anywhere, anytime soon.