Monday, November 8, 2021

Primitive Broadcast Service: Colors For Chameleons (Album of the Week)

Milwaukee's own Primitive Broadcast Service is keeping the post-punk movement strongly alive with their latest release. Color For Chameleons is a stunning record that harkens back to the days of the first couple of 'Mats records. There are even quiet, contemplative moments such as this...

Frontman JD Morgan describes the track.

Murmur is a track that enters the album like a wandering mind set loose amid the noise and raw anxiety of the tracks around it and is a nice little break for a few minutes, though a dissonant one. It's a ghost (or dark spirit) story about a mysterious fire that destroyed a woman's house in 2003, though even this is not so clear, I am compelled to say. I'm not really sure what the song is about, and I don't believe the singer of "Murmur" to be a trustworthy narrator.

The band will be heading out on the road soon so make sure to check them out when they come to your city! 

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