Review: No LightsDream Eraser

The debut record from No Lights is an LP caught out of time. With a lineup boasting a shared background in frenetic hardcore, and a primary musical influence rooted in post-punk projects of the ’80s, NO LIGHTS’ debut is a record that’s bursting with the insatiable energy of the former and precision of the latter. Kicking off the record, this juxtaposition is illustrated most with the one-two punch of the first and second tracks, “Sparrows” and “Shallow Breathing”. With both featuring an unstable, ostinato guitar run alongside a chunky, riding bassline, they equally bring to mind the stylish restraint of … Continue reading Review: No LightsDream Eraser