Bedroom Suck Records presents the debut LP from Martyr Privates
Martyr Privates haven’t come here to reinvent rock and roll; they’ve come to show us why we fell in love with it in the first place.
Ripping through 9 tracks on their debut LP, the band create a sonic attack that is forceful yet also subtle and beautiful. The record was crafted over late nights in an ex-tyre factory in Brisbane’s north.
The pedigree of personnel and their backgrounds in experimental and ambient music immediately relays an idea of the quality of sound in this record. While the band are expressly interested in rock music, they approach it with care and an interest in creating beautiful soundscapes, similar to their sonic predecessors, Spacemen 3.