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A lot of bands heard Slint's Spiderland, saw the light and decided to make the same kind of music, but few were as shameless about it as Seattle's Engine Kid. The five-song debut EP by the trio of Greg Anderson (vocals, guitars), Brian Kraft (bass) and Chris Vandebrooke (drums) pays homage to Slint to the point of claim-jumping. There's that very quiet - VERY LOUD - very quiet/weird time signatures dynamic (all…

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  • wow I haven't heard this in about 20 years. thanks Lou Barlow
  • killer
  • unless he took some pictures of the fella and he likes to look at them daily, then it's not so weird
  • congrats to the dude who remembers what a certain fella on stage was wearing at a gig 20 years ago.
  • you could hear Greg's doom tendencies even as far back as 1995, on "Holes to fight in" from "Angel wings".
  • Fireside Bowl, Chicago - 1995 July 23rd: http://youtu.be/rLSjgigFELE
  • Big fan of Slint, but not the band that comes to mind when I think of these guys. Saw them open for Iceburn back in the early 90's.. both were great. I could always tell metal was a big influence on Anderson.. Fine by me. He was wearing a Deicide t-shirt the night of the show if that tells you anything.
  • South Dakota, 1995, full show: http://vimeo.com/22628532
  • so odd to think that Greg Anderson was in a complete Slint worship band before all the doom and drone
  • @christopher_tm: The hidden track on Astronaut is titled "Little Hula Girl."

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