::: Fiction 8 ::: "anachronicity"
Imagine a cross between Jesus Jones, Front 242, X Marks the Pedwalk,
Nitzer Ebb, early 80s New Wave and New Romantic, and even Sisters of
Mercy ala the "First & Last & Always" period, and you'll get something
like Fiction 8. The vocals do remind me lots of the guy from Jesus Jones,
slightly husky, and also of 242 at times.
Great hooks and song structures, make Fiction 8 immediately accessible
and memorable. The Sisters influences are most dominant in regards to
the rhythms and song structures, the X marks and 242 influences are
strongest in the synth arrangements. I can see gothic, new wave and
electro fans digging this. I expect Fiction 8 may become a pretty well
known name in these scenes.
This is a very polished top quality recording. 10 tracks over 45 minutes.
Available for $??? from E-mail: [email protected]