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Listen: World’s End Press – “Deadbeat Sweetheart”

By ; April 29, 2013 at 12:03 PM 

World's End Press

“Deadbeat Sweetheart” has a lot going for it, in that it has a lot going on during it’s seven-minute runtime. It’s more than just a bass-led krautrock jam session, or an efficiently busy machine-like chug, or blissful comedown number that could make club’s and venues fall in love with Melbourne band World’s End Press in one song. It’s that song that would play as if you got cast in the zombie movie where you would be chased through a factory, expressing anguish, distress, fear, and desperation. Suitably the track fits to the band’s name: it sounds like music for the end of the world. Cause if the world’s going to end, then why the fuck not enjoy those closing minutes? Read all about, or to be more accurate, hear all about it below.


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