Album artwork for Take The Fall by Bush Tetras

Bush Tetras' album Take The Fall. Available here on LP and CD.

The Bush Tetras are back in full force with Take the Fall, their first offering of new music in over ten years and perhaps the most hard-hitting group of songs of their career. Commanding a rocker’s wail almost 30 years in the making, vocalist Cynthia Sley deploys a shuddering power over the album’s careening five tracks, which rail against the reality of heaven and the toll of time in the album’s opener, “True Blue.” Guitar hero and LES noise guitar innovator Pat Place wields phased out distorted slide bombs. Yet her walls of noise explore the nooks and crannies of Dee Pop and newcomer Val Vera’s rhythm ‘n paranoia groove section. Take the Fall has a jaw-dropping energy. It’s a time-won record that will rip your head off. About Bush TetrasNew York City legends the Bush Tetras have been making paranoid, groove-centered post-punk since 1979, when Pat Place left James Chance and The Contortions to found the group with singer Cynthia Sley, bassist Laura Kennedy and drummer Dee Pop. Their first batch of songs, collected in 1989’s Better Late Than Never, massage the hard angles of no wave into deceptively simple, deadpan grooves that change when you least expect them to and brilliant, idiosyncratic lyrics. The group’s early work is a masterclass in style and playfully infectious.

LP - Standard LP.

CD - Standard CD.

Bush Tetras

Take The Fall

Wharf Cat
Album artwork for Take The Fall by Bush Tetras
CD

$13.99

Released 04/13/2018Catalog Number

WCR08302

Album artwork for Take The Fall by Bush Tetras
LP

$15.99

Released 04/13/2018Catalog Number

WCR0831

Bush Tetras

Take The Fall

Wharf Cat
Album artwork for Take The Fall by Bush Tetras
CD

$13.99

Released 04/13/2018Catalog Number

WCR08302

Album artwork for Take The Fall by Bush Tetras
LP

$15.99

Released 04/13/2018Catalog Number

WCR0831

Bush Tetras' album Take The Fall. Available here on LP and CD.

The Bush Tetras are back in full force with Take the Fall, their first offering of new music in over ten years and perhaps the most hard-hitting group of songs of their career. Commanding a rocker’s wail almost 30 years in the making, vocalist Cynthia Sley deploys a shuddering power over the album’s careening five tracks, which rail against the reality of heaven and the toll of time in the album’s opener, “True Blue.” Guitar hero and LES noise guitar innovator Pat Place wields phased out distorted slide bombs. Yet her walls of noise explore the nooks and crannies of Dee Pop and newcomer Val Vera’s rhythm ‘n paranoia groove section. Take the Fall has a jaw-dropping energy. It’s a time-won record that will rip your head off. About Bush TetrasNew York City legends the Bush Tetras have been making paranoid, groove-centered post-punk since 1979, when Pat Place left James Chance and The Contortions to found the group with singer Cynthia Sley, bassist Laura Kennedy and drummer Dee Pop. Their first batch of songs, collected in 1989’s Better Late Than Never, massage the hard angles of no wave into deceptively simple, deadpan grooves that change when you least expect them to and brilliant, idiosyncratic lyrics. The group’s early work is a masterclass in style and playfully infectious.

LP - Standard LP.

CD - Standard CD.