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Артист: Drenge Название: Drenge Жанр: AlternRock Год выхода: 2013 Label: Infectious Music / INFECT157CD О музыке:
Listening to Drenge is like being jolted back to life, and that’s the effect they’re having on the guitar music scene. A galvanising,
revitalising effect. It’s rock’n’roll - punk, metal, grunge - the way they used to make it, and always will. It’s primal, feral, and resists
modernity, and yet it makes perfect sense in 2013, just as it will in 2023.
It’s a thrilling noise Drenge make, and an especially powerful - viscerally impactful - one considering it is just made by the Loveless brothers
from Castleton, near Sheffield: 21-year-old Eoin on vocals and guitars, and 20-year-old Rory on drums. Attempts to find clues as to the origins of
their music, with its frenzied surges and ferocious, you might even say forensic examinations of the human condition, are fruitless.
At the turn of the new decade, a word that the brothers had been kicking around for a while became the title of a musical project that would allow
them to perform the songs that Eoin had been writing in his bedroom at home.
Their school was visited by a group of Danish students. They noticed that they used the Danish word for “boys” a lot. The word was “drenge”
and it seemed to sum up their mood. “We wanted it to sound hard, almost onomatopoeic,” adds Eoin.
“It was selfish,” admits Rory. “Nobody would get it. We thought what we were doing was going to be really drenge. We’d say, ‘That’s so
drenge, that’s really drenge,’” recalls Rory with a taste of the mordant
glumness and acerbic brittleness that had become their speciality. It was a neologism designed to connote “things that are unforgettably
uncomfortable and difficult”.
If the idea was to use the band name and the brutal riffs to alienate people, they failed. Because in fact the songs were, in their own misshapen way,
really catchy and that’s what happened: they caught on, and the pair kept getting asked to play more gigs. That said, their first professional
performance, at the Redhouse in Sheffield, was only attended by one man: a space-metal enthusiast wizard.
Following that false-start, though, no matter that songs such as Bloodsports, People In Love Make Me Feel Yuck, Dogmeat and I Wanna Break You In Half
were partly meant to reflect Eoin and Rory’s
repulsion and existential discomfort - many of them written during Eoin’s gap year, when, he says, “I hated everything” - there was clearly an
audience for them.
Their first singles, the music, sleeves and videos, for Bloodsport and Dogmeat, with their images of dead birds and allusions to blood, suggested an
overarching aesthetic and a coherent worldview, but they
insist their approach is more random than that, and a reflection of our hyperstimulated “what-can-I-look-at-next society”, as Eoin puts it.
“I kept seeing a lot of dead birds,” explains Eoin, “so I said to myself, next time I see a dead bird on the floor I’ll take a video of it
with my phone, so I did. Then I saw a bunch of flowers, and they
seemed just as interesting.
“We’re distracted people and our tastes change all the time,” he adds.
Not so distracted that they couldn’t commit to the hours and hours of writing, refining, performing and retaking required for the completion of
their eponymous debut album.
“It was very intense,” recalls Eoin of the sessions at McCall Sound Studios with producer Ross Orton, who has worked with M.I.A and Arctic
Monkeys. He describes Orton as “a very unique producer, very talented.
He works you. We’d be in the small control room, at the height of summer, drinking gallons of water, from 12 till 8 every day. Some songs he’d
want us to do 66 takes! Did I want to punch him? No, but I’d want
to punch Rory.”
Luckily, they managed to get out of the studio alive, and with their debut album intact. With its tracks presented in the order in which they were
recorded over a two-year period, Drenge features all their
early material in all its raw glory, plus newer songs such as Let’s Pretend, Nothing and Fuckabout that demonstrate Drenge’s increasing maturity
and sophistication while retaining the essential
Drengeness that makes them so unique. There are songs on there about homeless people, one about “being horrifically single”, and another titled
Face Like A Skull about the realisation that underneath us all
we are just bones.
“A lot of stuff gets hidden,” says Eoin. “People forget they have skeletons inside them. They look in the mirror but no one looks inside their
eye sockets at what we are.”
Against all the odds - and they are quite odd - Drenge could become very popular indeed. This they find only partly pleasing.
“Call it second-generation Catholic Guilt but I feel kind of annoyed that we’re where we are,” reveals Eoin, somewhat surprisingly. “I’m
annoyed that someone else hasn’t done it and that we’re the new loud
guitar band on the block. I thought it would be someone twice as insane.”
Drenge are insane enough. And incendiary, and intense. It's rock as we know it, reinvigorated and refreshed. In that sense, they're not very
Drenge at all.
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01. People In Love Make Me Feel Yuck
03. I Want To Break You In Half
06. Gun Crazy
07. Face Like A Skull
08. I Don't Want To Make Love To You
10. Bye Bye Bao Bao
11. Let's Pretend