Mass Gothic / Sup Goth
Album: Sup Goth   Collection:General
Artist:Mass Gothic   Added:Feb 2017
Label:Sub Pop Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2017-02-22 Pull Date: 2017-04-26
Week Ending: Apr 23 Apr 9 Apr 2 Mar 19 Mar 5
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 2

Recent Airplay
1. Apr 20, 2017: serenity now
4. Mar 16, 2017: Munch Time
Sup Goth
2. Apr 06, 2017: Sound and Solidarity
Sup Goth
5. Mar 04, 2017: Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles
Piano At The Drink
3. Mar 31, 2017: Music Casserole
Sup Goth
6. Mar 02, 2017: All Passion No Technique
Sup Goth

Album Review
Shay Z
Reviewed 2017-02-21
Guitar-driving, low-fi, shoegazy pop. Walls of sludgy guitar with huge synths and bright vocals. Solid pop song structures rise out of a mess of noise. Formerly of Hooray For Earth, Noel Heroux is launching on a personal project as Mass Gothic. In his second release, he’s finding his footing for sure. Still not the cleanest of records, Sup Goth has a lot of quality in just 5 tracks.
Genre: J. Mascis’s day dreams, sludge pop
RIYL: Hooray for Earth, Deerhunter, King Tuff, Ty Segall
Favorite Tracks: 4 and 5 are killer!
Dynaride (3:31) - Finding footing with bouncing synths, walls of sound, pretty fem vocals
A Run (4:27) - Seriously noisey intro, crystaline shards of sound, fat synthesizer crawls forward, echoing vocals leap to center stage, really cool layers of instrumentation for outro
Piano at the Drink (1:13) - More of an interlude, some clouds of piano drifting about
Sup Goth (4:47)*** - Opens with layers of reverby riffing, some keyboard, and washed out vocals rising above the mess. Belted chorus with some poppy percussion too, oooo this is delicious
Shopping (3:20)** - Heavy spoken-word intro with same sludgy chords from before, builds into absolute jam, explodes around 1 min in

Track Listing
1. Dynaride   3. Piano At The Drink
2. A Run   4. Sup Goth
  5. Shopping