Zack Mexico

Zack Mexico: Run Out of Money & Die

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Product Type: CD
Artist: Zack Mexico

Title: Run Out of Money & Die
Label: CD Baby

Run Out Of Money And Die was relocated with Reed Frost, a celestial force of indescribable objective features, and also with Zack Mexico, a band of five guys that want to make music for the losers in the world. 'Run Out Of Money And Die serves as an exciting continuation in the arc of Zack Mexico as musicians, it's clear that they're beginning to find their footing as a band. They're not shying away from long-running tracks when needed and they're not afraid to take listeners out of their comfort zone. Dissonant arrangements and low-toned vocals may make the band immediately stick out from a crowd, but their immense musical talents and knack for infectious melodies are what keeps fans coming back for more. --- It's become increasingly harder to classify the group and that seems to be the plan here, their albums tend to bleed together pretty seamlessly despite the fact that each track is an amorphous blend of 70s psych-rock and indie pop. --- Those that heard Ephemera, the band's second full length released a mere six months ago, will find that Run Out Of Money And Die falls into a similar musical patch. The album is filled with a pretty even combination of short, fast-paced tracks that boast powerful, memorable hooks and spaced-out psych jams with equally compelling melodies and experimental noodling. For those that aren't afraid to get a little weird, Run Out Of Money And Die serves as an excellent break from a monotonous day, allowing the listener to jump into the frenetic minds of the young Zack Mexico crew. --- However, what Run Out Of Money And Die does most effectively is solidify the fact that Zack Mexico is a band that has infinite potential on the horizon. It's hard to find an act like this that can pack an album with four tracks over 6 minutes and not have a single one feel monotonous or over the top. It's all methodically arranged so that the long, rambling songs are bookended by a few brief, almost punk-inspired tunes. --- Plop down on the couch with a pair of headphones and give this album a spin, it makes for an immersive listening experience that'll take you careening through a wide array of sonic fields...or whatever, man. ' - The Bottom String/Grant Golden.

1.1 Chronic Homage
1.2 Apocalypse
1.3 Too Late
1.4 Meric Clanson [Explicit]
1.5 Geodesic Flow
1.6 TJ Gets Dematerialized
1.7 Texture Clic [Explicit]
1.8 Reputation
1.9 Space Trash
1.10 Reed Frost
1.11 A Blessing from R. Frost
1.12 Supernova to the Extreme
1.13 Mod
1.14 Lucy
1.15 Bleed Out [Explicit]

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