An unrecognized masterpiece.
Steven Rokosz | Michigan | 10/29/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"More consistent than Hex and miles above the decent Codename: Dustsucker, Independecy has not received its proper due. There simply isn't a bad track on this incredibly diverse album. It contains quiet tracks, like the ambient masterwork "Scum", and some sound experiments or flat out rockers like 'Man Man' that bring about a semi-creepy vibe. The lush, silently beautiful 'Blood Rush' and climactic 'All Different Things' are perhaps the best songs Bark Psychosis has ever done. I was flabbergasted to learn that 'All Different Things' was recorded in 89.. talk about an omen for all of the "post-rock" to follow (especially Mogwai). Take this album with you as you drive along a dimly lit, desolate highway at night and savor the moment."