Hailing from the rained out streets of Dublin Ireland comes Seldon Crisis. A band with a diverse mix of sounds. Accoustic guitars, heavy drums, thoughful lyrics and punk rock bass create a truly unique sound. HERES WHAT UK MAGAZINE SAY ABOUT SELDON CRISIS Quite a smart release it has to be said that really justifies repeat listens if only to let the melodies soak 'n' shine and for the breadth of styles to seep through. Take 'Shaded' and 'God Damn' for instance. Tracks three and four, by now you are beginning to see a thread evolving then up rears these eye popping stripped down grunge psych punk nuggets to throw you off balance and have you re-adjusting your viewpoint. Recalling the Wipers as covered by Nirvana with subtle MC5 (as though fronted by Iggy) touches oiling the under carriage, 'God Damn' is a blistering tour de force to say the least matched equally in terms of grit and aggression by the fuzzing bruised throb of 'Shaded' itself housing what sounds like the motors of a DC10 and taking several side swipes at the hallowed Seattle sound into the bargain. Yet the clever thing here is to let the foot off the gas and follow it with something sedately and lyrically biting as 'Fashionable'. Elsewhere the driving chorus' of jangling riffs on the opening radio friendly 'Honey' tips a hat across the Irish sea to the mercurial Mersey scene and pick pockets Lee Mavers sketch book of perfect pop annotations, a real nifty release well worth the time chasing.