Fuzzed out, visceral, loud, upsetting, vital, necessary to your shelves and your 45s!
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'Stalwarts of the North West, Three Dimensional Tanx return with a bolstered line-up hot on the heels of setting lasers stun at last year’s Liverpool International Festival Of Psychedelia. ‘I Am Go’ has an element of the punkier end of Italian garage acts of the early ’90s and newer Swedish acts like The Movements in its soaring pace, cheese wire organ and distraught vocalisms. The flip mixes Detroit guitars with Spacemen 3 and an organ melody straight out of a frug a-go-go ’60s movie party scene before heading off into a moody vocal. Again, it’s prevalent of the ’90s garage sound that once seemed as if it was on its way to extinction. The Tanx aren’t aiming at being super 60s or anything – rather, they mix up a number of influences and blast it out.'
Jon ‘Mojo’ Mills, Shindig 39, May 2014
'a kind of neon psychedelic power pop with really bright, clear tones...when they're blasting them out hard, fast and dumb they sure do know their way around a pop tune though' Norman Records
'rooted in classic indie guitar music, with a big dollop of psych and the raw energy of snarling Garage Punk. In an era of nice radio friendly pop, this record stands out as a defiant act of brilliance.' Weekenders Review