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Borracho - Oculus (2013)
Washington DC?s Borracho exploded onto the stoner rock scene in 2011 with the release of their debut Splitting Sky, which was lauded with superlatives like "instant classic" and "must-listen." The album was named to ten 2011 best-of-year lists and earned the band a reputation as serious riff-slingers.
It showcased the band?s songwriting talents and uncanny ability to craft memorable hooks.http://www.borrachomusic.com/
Borracho - Oculus
1. Empty (7:29)
2. Know The Score (7:18)
3. Stockpile (10:46)
4. Eye (2:02)
5. I've Come for it All (8:14)
Oculus delivers Borracho?s signature fuzzed out, dynamic grooves with heaping helpings of the low-and-heavy the band?s audience has come to expect. The songs are sonically familiar, with a clear emphasis on riffs and rhythms, but the vibe the band achieves is a step in a freer power-trio direction.
The album doesn?t lack for hooks, either, in its five songs and 35 minutes, and captures the guys stretching out to epic proportions as they are known to do. Longtime fans and those just discovering the band alike have a lot to sink their teeth into.
Quote:"Initially a digital self-release by the Washington, D.C. riff purveyors, Oculus just this month got a tri-color, tri-label and tri-continental vinyl issue, and the fanfare with which it arrived was well earned by the five songs contained on the two sides. Borracho?s second album behind 2011′s Splitting Sky (review here) also marked a lineup shift in the band that saw them go from a four-piece to a trio, with guitarist Steve Fisher (interview here) stepping to the fore as vocalist in the new incarnation with Tim Martin on bass and Mario Trubiano on drums.
The results in songs like ?Know the Score? and closer ?I?ve Come for it All? were in line stylistically with the straightforward approach they showed on their first offering, but tighter overall in their presentation, and Fisher?s voice was a natural fit with the band?s stated ethic of ?repetitive heavy grooves? ? a neat summary, if perhaps underselling their appeal somewhat. Oculus showed both that the appeal of Splitting Sky was no fluke and that Borracho with four members or three was not a band to be taken lightly."
Review taken from theobelisk.net