(U.S.) Big Ups-Two Parts Together LP (2018)

Country: USA
Genre: Post Hardcore, Post Punk, Grunge, Noise Rock
Label: Exploding In Sound
Tracks: 8
Length: 26.35''

Big Ups is a four piece band from NYC who formed in 2010.  Big Ups play a killer style of music that incorporates elements of post hardcore, post punk, grunge, and noise rock within their sound.  Musically, Big Ups can be said to be influenced by bands such as Helmet, Fugazi, Melvins, and Drive Like Jehu.  Since forming in 2010, Big Ups have released a three song demo in September of 2010, a three song 7" titled Wake Up in September of 2011, a split 7" with Flagland in February of 2013, an eleven song LP titled Eighteen Hours Of Static in January of 2014, a two song 7" titled Rash/Not Today in October of 2014, a split 7" with Washer in November of 2014, Audiotree Live EP in October of 2016, and a full-length LP titled Before A Million Universes in March of 2016.  Two Parts Together is the band's latest full-length LP, which was released via Exploding In Sound records on May 18th, 2018.  On Two Parts Together, Big Ups offer up eight tracks of killer post hardcore, post punk, grunge, and noise rock that's an absolute must listen for fans of Unsane, T-Tops, Whores, and other like-minded bands.  Highly recommended!  Enjoy!

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Anonymous said...

Pardon me but bIG Ups have nothing to do with bands Like Helmet or Unsane or even Melvins.Their main influence is legendary Slint and bands like Shipping News or June of 44.Comparisons could be made with Enablers as well.

Anonymous said...

I still get Fugazi, Slint, Etc.but think they're heavier, especially their older stuff. Music can be a subjective experience and people hear things differently.

ADAM said...

I'm here for anything remotely compared to Fugazi