SIDCA – JIZZ CRATE

Artist: SIDCA
Title: Jizz Crate
Keywords: alternative, Aberdeen
Label: Sharted Jeggings

The joys of listening to a happy album that is creative, loaded with fun, original and in all aspects pretty uplifting is of course pretty exciting and indeed very enjoyable. This joy will certainly come your way when letting your ears swim into this Jizz Crate over here.. yes, I know; you should just have to get over the title and think not of it as a actual jizz crate filled up by the jizz of SIDCA but more of a appealing box of unique creations that feels like it’s instant entertainment for the young and the old; I would say it’s for all ages! Fetuses included!

Let me kindly walk you through the tracks…

Never thought that ‘Outside Shite’ was so cuddly, I knew (if it is fresh shite) that it would be warm, but never expected it to be so kind and fluffy. It sang to me in a way that a kind loving parent (tripped out on calming meds) would do their beloved child.

With electric guitar, mysterious mystery and a electric groove the SIDCA moves away from the outside shite to perform ‘Dinna change yer Cloot’. It’s is also pretty warm in the vocal department, but seems to be aimed at a more grown up audience. Teenagers or lovers maybe?

The more we leave SIDCA play, the rougher the sound seems to become. When the third episode of a track named ‘animal candles’ kicks in there seems to be no need for the comfort of a voice, roughing the vibe up like a wordless toughness that passes by quickly, as if you had seen a product (possible ‘animal candles’) in a shopping market and walk passed it with a bit of wondering if this was a actual product or if you just had some kind of brainfart of something that doesn’t exist, but would look good in the shelves.

But wandering on feels like a huge reward when being kindly received and unarmed by the absolute friendliness that is IDDD. A original tune that has a high friend stigma, rocking out with a choir of catchy originality, funny producer tricks and a all round energetic feel good vibe.

The hardest boy in Dyce seems like a tribute to the beauty that is the hardest boy in wherever Dyce is. On one side it is full of love and admiration & on the other hand it seems to dive into the mind and life style of the boy itself; shooting from respectively kind into a punk ass style of someone with the hardest attitude around, giving you the chance to catch a bit of the energy and wildness that this boy contains. It’s a crazily entertaining combo that works stunningly well.

The ‘Parcel of Rogues’ has this national anthem kind of feel, something that makes you want to put your hand on your chest and stand up proud, maybe making your feet do the marching thing. With it’s joyful steady rhythm and honest vocal tones it’s as if all the freaks and outcasts have been warmly greeted to join some kind of parade in which everyone can be theirs useful selves, be proud and joyful without ridicule…

Oh the ‘Spikey Sea’ also gets a neat tribute on this wonderful release in which creativity and good times seem to be the main attraction. With unforgivable baselines the song has the catchiness of a elementary school teacher singing a tune to the pupils that need something easy and funny to sing along with, but thanks to the abrasive producer bits in which a heavy guitar flops in at the right times; it doesn’t become a lame thing, but more a sing a long that keeps them at their toes, rocking out and being creatively teased.

The last tune on this very excellent happy exploration of a uplifting album feels like the one that drops down nothing less but a real party! A celebration after your favorite team scores a goal, the joyful craziness of victory in music form! A delicious ending for the ears of happy go lucky grown ups and their little ones!
https://shartedjeggings.bandcamp.com/album/jizz-crate
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One Response to SIDCA – JIZZ CRATE

  1. Linda says:

    My partner in crime, at the right side of me, consistently keeps hearing “more drugs for us!” at the song Spikey sea. It sums up this happy experience quite well 😀

    Lovely weekend starter!

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