Red Axes, the duo from Tel Aviv, returns to I'm a Cliché with a third EP on the label. The record follows 'Tour de Chile' and '1970', plus few memorable remixes and edits. The three original tracks of 'Silver Bed EP' sometimes leave the dancefloor to a place where psychedelic delight prevails. Aleister Crowley's presence on the cover, the occult honcho adored by all the hooked musicians from the sixties-seventies, seems to point out the pop-culture lineage Red Axes refers to. The growing number of connoisseurs of their sound will recognize the dark but not melancholic atmosphere, and their production skills: effective and precise, never demonstrative.
1. Silver Bed Mixing disco punk rythm with reverse guitars, 'Silver Bed' keeps moving forward with assurance and a stoned groove.
2. Queen Spade 'Queen Spade's' queen of spades is one of those queens who enjoy poisoning their targets. The acid and heady poison is surely addictive.
3. Red River 'Red River' drops the binary beat and calls upon an all guitar-riff melody that you would like to hear in an underground seventies movie.