Cable, Sub-lingual sampler (Infectious promo) CDS

Q: Why aren't Cable massive? A: Becasue you aren't buying their records. This had better change when the new album comes out. Or else. There's five tracks on the sampler, pick of which are forthcoming single "Arthur Walker", a pressingly direct version of the Cable formula, less bendy riffs and more chorus; "Hexagon eye" is a muted Pixiesish drone that bursts into a lurching spasmodic thrash and "Honolulu" which tops the pile with its trademark off-tune interwoven guitar lines, counterpoint riffing bass and super-solid beats. The song crashes through the hard-soft equation with gleeful abandon, like a hard-edged Pavement perhaps, although without the marketability that comes from being American.
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