Eyes Ninety are
T. Beaumont (guitar, vox)
B. Buchanan (guitar, vox)
R. Neville (bass)
X. Poropat (drum)
"So here's where the Chinese Burns folks ended up! "I Don't Wanna' Live In Your World Anymore" kicks this shit into high gear, kinda' like GOD falling apart, getting all rama-lama-fa-fa-fa with dueling trainwreck leads cutting in and out the mix. Damn. You had me at caterwauling front-drunk, boys. Hot stuff from there on out as well, clap-trappin' along with all sorts of hairy-tongued jammers. "Fancy Ending" retches up the very early/really soused Rocket 455 or something else equally as inebriated. "Ants" is their ECSR anti-hit, strung along by a dire key pulse and messing all over itself. Elsewhere their theme "Eyes Ninety" and "Windmill" show traces of a rotted out Jazz Destroyers rattle - I mean it's probably just a stab at the Modern Lovers, but we're talking shit-punk right now and these cats are parking their ute in that wheelhouse. I prefer it as such. A pleasant surprise. Like seriously. A helluva' surprise..." -- RSF, Terminal Boredom
".. the tension is insane and you start rooting for the cunt. After a couple more listens to roof gets ripped off the thing and you realise there is a pretty killer rhythm section blasting solid garage gold and a second guitar that somehow plays off and around the wayward wildcard."
-- Unbelievably Bad magazine
"has all of these sounds rattling around its rustbucket offering like a soul trying to bust itself out of a sweltering outback prison – decrepit, fetid, disintegrated and a ramshackle mess that is mesmerising.."
-- Sonic Masala
"Authentic beds of swampy, distinctly Australian rock'n'roll (occasionally veering into punk realms) underlay strangled howls of disaffection and rebellion, verging on near-nihilism at times. The rough-as-guts production serves the band's aesthetic perfectly and there's no artifice here — everything is played with complete conviction, because this lot mean business."
-- The Music, Australia
released October 30, 2015
Recorded at Rancho Relaxo, Coorparoo, QLD.
Mixed by X and Dr. Rock on 'the Croup'
Mastered by Larmos.
Swashbuckling Hobo Records, SH017