Luder, whose second album is titled Adelphophagia, is a progressive, pyschedelic, and stylistically intricate band who’s influences flow seamlessly from dark proj and languid shoegaze to heavy rock. In short, they have as much in common with Black Sabbath as they do with Portishead.
Ghettoblaster recently caught up with bassist/vocalist Sue Lott to discuss the year’s best albums. Instead, she provided us with a list of albums that have been changing her life for the last 20 years. Here they are.
Honestly, I haven’t been keeping up with music in 2013 very well. What I’ve been slapped in the face with, over and over, is how many of my life-changers are 20 years old. So here is a (shocking) list of records that changed my life that came out 20 years ago.
In alphabetical order:
Big Chief, Mack Avenue Skullgame
Butthole Surfers, Independent Worm Saloon
The Flaming Lips, Transmissions From the Satellite Heart
Flying Saucer Attack, Flying Saucer Attack
Girls Against Boys, Venus Luxure No. 1 Baby
Stereolab, Transient Random-Noise Bursts With Announcements
Verve, A Storm in Heaven
(Visit Sue and Luder at http://www.luderband.com.)