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Stellarscope- Wasted Time EP

Stellarscope – Wasted Time EP
November 26, 2004 by lkilcrease

Wasted Time EP
What is it about the sound of crashing waves that is so relaxing? The experience is entirely destructive, chaotic, and most of all raucous, yet one can hardly help but feel awash in serenity merely sitting and listening to the pounding surf. Well, the veteran space-pop group Stellarscope has managed to plug directly into this sensation with their latest offering, the Wasted Time EP.
In Wasted Time, the folks in Stellarscope play space pop driven slowly forward by bass and drums as the guitars, vocals, and “space violin” build a massive wall of chaotic yet tranquillizing noise. The group borrows heavily and unabashedly from genre definer My Bloody Valentine’s Loveless, right down to the blurry cover art. Singer, Tommy Lugo’s vocals are distant and mournfull, often harkening back to the late Ian Curtis.
The first track on this EP opens rather deceptively with a bassline cruising at a brisk pace and transforming into a Joy Division-esque song containing what could very well be the only decipherable words on the EP, as Lugo can be heard muttering “Maybe today is a good day to die.” The next five tracks on the EP are one wall of sound after another, and even though none of them stand out particularly in my mind, they really don’t have to.
While Stellarscope’s Wasted Time probably won’t be likely leave a lasting impression on the listener, the 24 minutes of gentle swagger and aimless bliss it induces make up for this in spades. You’ve definitely got to be in the right mood to enjoy this type of music, but when that mood strikes you and you’ve got a half-hour to kill, Stellarscope’s Wasted Time is surely a stone-cold lock.

Maker her pay by Philly Post Punk Band Stellarscope from their latest record ‘The end is near. I’m not prepared.’
Live footage at Pat’s in the Flats Cleveland Ohio

Live line up:
Tom Lugo- Vocals and Guitars
Edward Neenan- Guitars
Bob Forman- Drums
Scot McBride- Bass

#postpunk #indierock #shoegaze #noisepop #philly

‘The end is near. I’m not prepared.’available at these fine retailers
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Philly postpunk rockers STELLARSCOPE featured in UKs Its Punky! Radio – x rated chat, punk music, comedy, podcast

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It’s Punky! Radio’s ninth birthday! I’m not letting Tony off without telling you what’s occurring, though…

“Happy Birthday to us! To help us celebrate our 9th Birthday, yes that’s right our 9TH BIRTHDAY, we are joined in the studio by The Tuesday Club! If that’s not enough to boggle your coggle then get ready for some great songs from The 99ers, The Dustaphonics, Death Party UK, Tuesday Club, TV Eye, Stellarscope, Restless and Useless Eaters.

9 years and still not getting paid, hello to (2/7ths of) The Tuesday Club, Comedy Suburbs, MFC Chicken, Tony has your Facebook comments, why happened to Bear?, we talk to The Tuesday Club, Tony’s International Gig Guide, we talk about the 12 bar, we talk soft cheese, World Cup final, no Izzatwat, another quick chat with The Tuesday Club and thanks for listening!

Song 1: The 99ers – Skeeter Hop
Song 2: The Dustaphonics – Rockin’ Boogaloo
Song 3: Death Party UK – The Last Ride
Song 4: Tuesday Club – New Glamour
Song 5: TV Eye – The Royal Family
Song 6: Stellarscope – Overblown
Song 7: Restless – Abracadabra
Song 8: Useless Eaters – I Think She Wants To Find Out”

…Blimey – it really is coggleboggling!

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