Seven Songs: Yuck

Tuesday, 2 November 2010, 17:43 | Category : Seven Songs
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For ageing indie kids like myself, Yuck are a glimpse back to formative times. Back in the early 90s, I was all about shoegaze, American indie rock like Dinosaur Jr and the classic West-coast inclined jangly guitar pop coming out of my native Glasgow. The remarkable thing about Yuck is not only that they manage to synthesise the best of all these worlds into a handful of songs, they do so despite only just being born I was first listening to these sounds.  I asked them my seven questions, but there’s nothing to feed my nostalgia, which is a good thing really. Seven Songs is much more about what’s happening now. Yuck definitely are.

A song that’s been in your head today
Radio Cure by Wilco

A song that you can all agree is amazing
Martin Luther King Day by Times New Viking (live!! live!!! it’s amazing live!!!!)

A song that helped make Yuck the band it is today
Metal Detector by East River Pipe

The best song you’ve heard in the past week
Khaki & Corduroy by Laura Cantrell

A song that you think everybody should hear
Streams by A Grave With No Name

A song from an album that you’re enjoying just now
Jed The Humanoid by Grandaddy

Tell us something about Rubber
Rubber used to have no drums and it was much shorter, but it became something completely different when we introduced it to the band

mp3: Yuck - Georgia

Rubber by Yuck

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    Read my detailed review of ‘YUCK’ here:

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