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T exas trio Ringo Deathstarr aren't just fans of British shoegaze royalty such as the Jesus and Mary Chain and My Bloody Valentine, they've basically created a "How To" guide in their debut album, Colour Trip. Guitars are drenched in reverb and effects, the duel vocals of Elliott Frazier and Alex Gehring coalesce into an unintelligible mass throughout, and there's a layer of ennui that threatens to collapse the whole thing. As with fellow shoegaze revivalists the Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Ringo Deathstarr know their way around a catchy pop melody as well as a twee couplet; the galloping Do It Every Time features the line "We're falling apart again, she took my cardigan", sung in a way that suggests utter heartbreak over the latter and not the former. Colour Trip is at its best, however, when it tries to build on the shoegaze template, especially on the closing Other Things, which recalls Beach House's dreamiest moments. They may not win any awards for originality, but there's just enough invention here for now.

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It’s a good thing no one ever told the three Texans behind Ringo Deathstarr that shoegaze’s day in the sun has passed. Elliott Frazier, Daniel Coburn, and Alex Gehring revel in the fuzzy, reverbed noise of My Bloody Valentine, Ride, and The Jesus and Mary Chain. Just as with the classic records produced by those legends of the mid ’80s-early ’90s, there are some conventional melodies and songs buried deep down in the piles of effect-laden guitars. The vocals are typically muddied and the drums thunderous. Deathstarr seem to be taking the same cues that The Pains of Being Pure of Heart are, adding their favorite elements of current dream pop to the whorls of traditional shoegaze. Those little additions, though, remain minimal at best, instead relying on the tropes of shoegaze come and gone.

“Imagine Hearts” opens the disc with some brief, off-kilter, cacophonous noise, before a ready-to-gaze song pushes itself forward. The song’s lurching drums, howling guitars, and loping bass thrum along for a couple of minutes, Gehring lithely murmuring over the mix. The vaguely serene tone of the understandable lyrics and the slinky, ear-shifting bass line betray the aching, uncontrollable guitars, leaving the song a compellingly mixed punch. “Do It Every Time” follows with a rare sort of energy, Frazier taking over vocal duties. The shift from female vocals to male takes a shift in lyrical quality as well, “We’re falling apart again, she took my cardigan” sounding vaguely menacing (or perhaps menaced), rather than merely faraway.

Gehring returns to the fore on “So High”, the dreaminess turned back up. This duality keeps things fresh throughout. Rather than relying on the dreamy quality of Gehring’s voice (which occasionally clashes– both pleasantly and not– with the aggressive, rumbling guitars) or primarily running with Frazier (whose dispassionate, droll vocals can lack intrigue), Deathstarr deftly switches between the two at the perfect moment.

The shimmery Cocteau Twins take on “Two Girls” floats by like a mechanically winged butterfly, all beautiful sharp edges and lush, breezy vocals. The song is the primary aspect of the recording, but the aggressive effects and thriving noise stop this from being another pop record. That said, the noise occasionally sounds a little too reined in; the chaos remains controlled rather than wild. A little more ferocity would have done this record well, particularly on songs like “Kaleidoscope” that lack the kick of their more energetic neighbors.

“Day Dreamy” is another example of a song gone too tame; a meandering, aimless song that nonetheless remains pretty throughout. Frazier’s chiming guitar and Coburn’s elegiac rhythms keep things from falling entirely stale, but at best it’s a sugary recording. The charming, trancy “Tambourine Girl”, on the other hand, ratchets itself into existence, Frazier blithely, almost smirkingly letting lines slip as Gehring’s shuddering bass pulsates and writhes. The hectic, insistent “Chloe” keeps things largely in My Bloody Valentine territory, Frazier’s sharp guitar solos and stuttered vocals dominating attention, despite Coburn’s rickety drum-work.

“Never Drive” hums and crackles with electricity, sauntering by confidently. Alternately, the simple ruckus of “You Don’t Listen” clomps and plods. Despite a seemingly simple sonic palette, no two songs sound identical, differentiating themselves in tone and atmosphere quite easily, rather than structure or instrumentation. While the Gehring-sung tracks stand out more easily, Frazier’s straightforward, genre-friendly vocals can do just as well. Together, though, they make for a consistent record.

It can be said that this is the best recently released shoegaze record, or perhaps that it best recapitulates the classic sounds of a genre largely past. Some might complain that this sort of nostalgia isn’t doing much for modern music, which is true to a degree. But when any band can so perfectly encompass the mass of a niche genre, especially one so beloved and missed, those complaints shouldn’t be too loud. Plus, with a name like that, they should be able to get away with almost anything.

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Release Date: Mar 8, 2011

Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock, Indie Rock, Noise Pop, Shoegaze

Record label: Sonic Unyon

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As fans of new music it can be so easy to get lost in the search for something bold, exciting, and original that you sometimes forget just how satisfying well-executed, formulaic music can be. Take Austin, Texas’s Ringo Deathstarr, for instance. Sporting a band name that sounds lifted from a silly Twitter hashtag game (say, #beatlesstarwars), they have absolutely nothing new to say, simply following the leads of the Jesus and Mary Chain and several C86 bands, churning out the shoegaze and indie pop as if it was 1989 rather than 2011.

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Ringo Deathstarr may be based in Texas in the year 2011 but they sound like they were beamed into the future from London circa 1990. No doubt wearing bowl cuts and stripey shirts. Their debut album, Colour Trip, is more of a nostalgia trip as they delve deeply into shoegaze, dream pop, noise pop, and generally seem to be auditioning for a spot on the Creation roster between My Bloody Valentine and Ride.

Glitchy shoegaze, noisy dream pop — call this what you will, but Ringo Deathstarr are reveling in the intricacies of overly loud guitars played with the reverb turned up (several times over, too.) Colour Trip is a romp through that shoegaze playground; it’s a veritable cavalcade of that early '90s sound compressed into one efficient, though not glamorous, album. It's certainly a bit derivative — it wouldn't quite sound out of place in the early '90s alongside 'classic' shoegazers — but that doesn't keep the band from having a good romp with the material. Does it make much of a difference? Colour Trip sounds almost a shoegazing revue, and that will only appeal to some.

When you stop to consider just how many millions of kids have taken their turn thrashing around on guitars, it’s unsurprising that innovation in rock music is a rare thing. Although they come in all different styles and shapes, all guitars are essentially the same tool and there is a limited amount of things you can make it do. Sometimes, then, your best option is to forget about what came before you, turn up the volume and make a jolly good racket.

Texas trio Ringo Deathstarr aren't just fans of British shoegaze royalty such as the Jesus and Mary Chain and My Bloody Valentine, they've basically created a "How To" guide in their debut album, Colour Trip. Guitars are drenched in reverb and effects, the duel vocals of Elliott Frazier and Alex Gehring coalesce into an unintelligible mass throughout, and there's a layer of ennui that threatens to collapse the whole thing. As with fellow shoegaze revivalists the Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Ringo Deathstarr know their way around a catchy pop melody as well as a twee couplet; the galloping Do It Every Time features the line "We're falling apart again, she took my cardigan", sung in a way that suggests utter heartbreak over the latter and not the former.

It’s a good thing no one ever told the three Texans behind Ringo Deathstarr that shoegaze’s day in the sun has passed. Elliott Frazier, Daniel Coburn, and Alex Gehring revel in the fuzzy, reverbed noise of My Bloody Valentine, Ride, and The Jesus and Mary Chain. Just as with the classic records produced by those legends of the mid ’80s-early ’90s, there are some conventional melodies and songs buried deep down in the piles of effect-laden guitars.

Shoegaze drone-noise from Texas, done well but done several times before. Mike Diver 2011 Texan trio Ringo Deathstarr offer evidence aplenty on this debut long-player that, ultimately, it doesn’t matter if your band lacks any real ingenuity or originality, because if you play loud enough people will, eventually, begin to notice you – to the extent where some of them might even put your records out. When this lot supported A Place to Bury Strangers and The Dandy Warhols in the States, the headliners on each occasion must have wondered if their future selves had time-travelled back in order to play a similar-but-not-quite-as-good set, to ensure the bill-toppers’ place was deserved on substance as well as sales.

Even if the first notes – and, well, most of Colour Trip – sound awfully derivative of British bands from the late 1980s, this Austin trio glitzes it up royally on its full-length bow, especially compared to its 2007 debut EP. Now, singer/guitarist Elliott Frazier is joined by bassist Alex Gehring on vocal duties, a soft, welcomed addition to the low-end rumpus. Does this male/female tandem make them sound even more like My Bloody Valentine? Ringo's never hid its feelings for the seminal noise group, and the double-punch of "So High" and "Two Girls" highlights that crush.

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  • Artist(s): Alex Gehring , Elliott Frazier , Daniel Coborn
  • Summary: The Texas trio's debut album is dreamy mix of shoegaze, noise pop, and heavily-textured rock, drawing comparisons to My Bloody Valentine and The Jesus and Mary Chain.
  • Genre(s): Pop/Rock , Alternative/Indie Rock , Alternative Pop/Rock , Indie Rock , Noise Pop , Shoegaze
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Some albums are released; some albums ‘drop’ and some albums are unleashed. The latter certainly applies to Texan based  trio, Ringo Deathstarr.  Their debut album ‘ Colour Trip’ unleashes a riotous effect laden aural assault that very much takes it’s cue from shoegaze noise merchants such as   My Bloody Valentine and Ride  but combines it with the swaggering  wall-of-sound rock n roll/pop sensibility of The Jesus  & Mary Chain .  Or as guitarist Elliot Frazer puts rather more succinctly ‘“We write cool little pop songs but we just bury them under loud amounts of noise”

The off kilter disorientation of  album opener ‘ Imagine Hearts’ in which bassist Alex Gehring assumes vocal duties,  sounds like  an angel being sucked into the roar of a jet engine. The blistering ‘ Do It Everytime’ is prime cut Mary Chain with Eliott Frazer sounding uncannily like Jim Reid ,  ‘ So High’ is dream pop via The Shop Assistants and The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, whilst ‘ Two Girls’ conjures up  Lush/Cocteau Twin era shoegaze.

‘Colour Trip’ is a sonic juggernaut of an album, but unlike some ‘shoegaze’ style bands of recent years  the band have remembered noise and effects without tunes can often sound like, without putting too finer point on it, self indulgent  arse wankery.  And crucially beneath the pulsating reverb,  sonic squall and soaring guitar riffs Ringo Deathstarr  have also written some pretty darn fantastic pop tunes. Tracks such as ‘Tambourine Girl’ are infused with sonic beauty and raw power sounding rather like  MBV meets the Ramones whilst  ‘You Don’t Listen’ could quite happily sit next to the Jesus & Mary Chain’s ‘ Upside Down’ without too much embarrassment.

Ultimately detractors will piss and moan stating this is nothing new and that this style of music has been done before, and done better. But really, who gives a flying f**k? We can over analyse everything in life, to such a point at which all the joy is extracted  from a given moment. Instead don’t get too hung up on what’s gone before, just sit back and enjoy the trip.

Album rating 8/10.

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Bravo, Andy!

I couldn’t have said it better myself.

Which – in fact – I attempt to do 😉

For additional reading on this record (including unique, never-before-seen photos)

http://davecromwellwrites.blogspot.com/2011/02/ringo-deathstarr-colour-trip.html

Great photos Dave. I can see why we both love this album 😉 . As we’ve said…all paths lead back to the JAMC.

So true, Andy.

Has any other band been *more* influential in our lives?

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Ringo Deathstarr are fantastic! Love them!

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    Austin, Texas based Ringo Deathstarr are pleased to announce the release of their debut album, Colour Trip, on Sonic Unyon Records. The band, formed in 2007, channels the influences of The Cure, The Smiths, Fugazi, and The Velvet Underground, and have recently supported acts such as the Dandy Warhols, A Place to Bury Strangers, and Secret Machines.

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    Listen free to Ringo Deathstarr - Colour Trip (Imagine Hearts, Do It Every Time and more). 11 tracks (33:00). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm. ... Ringo Deathstarr is a shoegaze band from Austin, TX. Channelling influences such as My Bloody Valentine, Fugazi, The Cure, The ...

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    Ringo Deathstarr is an American shoegaze band from Austin, Texas, formed by singer/songwriter Elliott Frazier in 2005. ... Colour Trip, was first released by Club AC30 on February 14, 2011 in the UK, then licensed to Sonic Unyon for release in North America, ...

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2017 Vinyl release of "Colour Trip" on Discogs.

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    The latter certainly applies to Texan based trio, Ringo Deathstarr. Their debut ...

  19. Ringo Deathstarr

    "Imagine Hearts" by Ringo Deathstarr, taken from the forthcoming album "Colour Trip", out Feb 2011. Video by Ringo Deathstarr.More info at http://www.clubac...

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2011 Vinyl release of "Colour Trip" on Discogs.

  21. Ringo Deathstarr

    "So High" appears on Ringo Deathstarr's album "Colour Trip" released March 8, 2011.Order on iTuneshttps://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/colour-trip/id416900770Or...

  22. Ringo Deathstarr

    How far will you go to cum? Eyes dream a smile of gold. Have fun. Always load the gun. Hands don′t forget a touch. How far will you go to cum? Hearts don't shoot alone. Have fun. Always load the gun.

  23. Ringo Deathstarr

    Composed By - Ringo Deathstarr. Drums - Daniel Coborn. Engineer, Producer - Jason Buntz. Guitar - Pete Feigenbaum ( tracks: 8) Guitar, Vocals - Elliott Frazier. Mastered By - Brian Lucey. Mixed By - Barny Barnicott ( tracks: 2, 3), Jason Buntz ( tracks: 1, 4 to 11) Photography - Claudia Ochoa, Elliott Frazier. Producer ...