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Braindrops
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Studio album by
Released23 August 2019 (2019-08-23)
Recorded2018–2019
StudioDodgy Bros Studios (Nagambie, Victoria)
Genre
Length48:11
LabelFlightless, Joyful Noise
ProducerGareth Liddiard, Mike Deslandes
Tropical Fuck Storm chronology
A Laughing Death in Meatspace
(2018)
Braindrops
(2019)
Singles from Braindrops
  1. "The Planet of Straw Men"
    Released: 4 March 2019
  2. "Paradise"
    Released: 17 June 2019
  3. "Who's My Eugene?"
    Released: 25 July 2019
  4. "Braindrops"
    Released: 19 August 2019

Braindrops is the second studio album by Australian supergroup Tropical Fuck Storm. It was released on 23 August 2019 through Flightless Records in Australia and Joyful Noise Records in the US.[7][8][9]

Background

Following the release of their debut A Laughing Death in Meatspace in May 2018, the band would go on to play a series of national and international dates in varying capacities,[10] including a few dates opening for Modest Mouse (on their fall tour in October 2018)[11] and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard (as a part of their Gizzfest event).[12]

On the 23rd of August that year, the band premiered the song "The Happiest Guy Around", which ended up being one half of a split single with Liars (who contributed the track "Total 3 Part Saga") as the 18th instalment of the LAMC (Less Artists More Condos) series of 7-inch singles curated by Famous Class Records; where "an established musician on the A-side" is paired "with one of the musician’s favorite new artists on the B-side".[13][14] The 7-inch was released on the 28th of September.[14]

On the 21st of January the following year, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard posted an image of them jamming with Liddiard in the foreground flipping the bird on their official Instagram account.[15] This led some to speculate Liddiard's involvement with the band's new material "either as a guest or producer."[15][12] On the 4th of March that year, the band's Flightless label announced that Tropical Fuck Storm had signed with them,[16][17][18] and the band premiered "The Planet Of Straw Men" - the first single from what they announced to be their second album, set to be released "mid-2019" - and its music video.[19][17][18]

Later, on the 17th of June, the band released the second single from their upcoming album, "Paradise"; the name of the album was also revealed to be Braindrops the same day, and its release date was announced.[20][21][22]

Release

Aside from the aforementioned singles, limited edition vinyl copies of the album itself have also been given away to those who pre-ordered the album from Joyful Noise Records.[23] The album was also leaked online in its entirety on 14 August 2019.[24]

Singles

Four singles have been released from the album: "The Planet Of Straw Men",[8] "Paradise",[25] "Who's My Eugene?"[26] and "Braindrops".[27] Music videos for the tracks "The Planet Of Straw Men",[28] "Braindrops",[27] "Who's My Eugene?"[29] and "The Happiest Guy Around"[30] have also been released. A different mix of the track "The Happiest Guy Around" had also previously appeared as the B-side to a split single with Liars in August 2018, as a part of the LAMC series of singles curated by Famous Class Records.[13][14]

Cover

Joe Becker, who had previously created the cover art for their debut album, was also credited with the cover art for Braindrops.[31]

Reception

Critical

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?7.7/10[32]
Metacritic77/100[33]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3.5/5 stars[4]
DIY4/5 stars[34]
Dork3/5 stars[1]
Exclaim!8/10[2]
Les Inrockuptiblesvery favorable[35]
The Line of Best Fit8/10[36]
The Music4/5 stars[37]
Paste8.2/10[3]
Sputnikmusic4.5/5 stars[39]
Uncut4/5 stars[38]

The album currently holds a Metacritic score of 77 based on 10 reviews and an AnyDecentMusic? score of 7.7 based on 13 reviews.[33][32]

Treble magazine, in a review published on 12 August 2019, named Braindrops their "Album of the Week" praising the track "Paradise" as "a sickly mirage of an oasis—you can practically see the disspiating heat haze over Liddiard's trickling guitar riffs. It slowly escalates its way toward a furious climax, turning into one of the most explosive break-up songs in recent memory". The review concludes: "Tropical Fuck Storm invite the chaos, orchestrating it, manipulating it, delivering a piece of mangled and bruised art that sounds magnificent at its most frayed and fragmented. It's a weirdness that feels strangely assuring, even necessary."[40] NARC Magazine gave the album a perfect score, writing that it "pretty much cements the Australians as one of the most vital acts on the planet right now."[41] Exclaim! called it "a psychedelic rock opera occasionally dipping its toes in the stream of electro-punk. The result is equal parts harrowing and electrifying, surreal and far too familiar."[2] According to Paste, "[l]istening to Braindrops feels like watching a sped-up timeline of rising sea levels and melting glaciers set to long-lost field recordings of maximalist noise-rock from the Outback. You're listening to a world falling apart."[3] Braindrops, writes The Line of Best Fit, "is as cerebral and gut-level as its name implies, high-minded and high volume, a grand mess that isn't really a mess at all."[36]

Contemporary

In an interview with Konbini, Iggy Pop praised the title track of the album, simply calling it "a good fuck".[42][43] Both Michael Feuerstack and Conan Neutron called it one of their favourite albums of the year, with the latter calling it "an utterly befuddling and “wrong” sounding record that is oh so “right.” There isn't a clear monster single like “tyres” on this one, but the whole thing has a snakey, baked in the sun vibe that works its way into your subconscious."[44][45]

Awards & Nominations

The album has been nominated for the Australian Music Prize of 2019.[46]

Accolades

PublicationCountryAccoladeRank
SlateUSThe Best Albums of 2019-[47]
Loud and QuietUKThe Loud And Quiet best 40 albums of 201912[48]
Double JAustraliaThe 50 best albums of 201938[49]
The Sydney Morning Herald (Craig Mathieson)AustraliaThe best 10 albums of 2019 (and a few that came close)-[50]
JunkeeAustraliaThe 15 Best Albums Of 2019-[51]
Brooklyn VeganUSBill's Indie Basement: Best of 201939[52]
The MusicAustraliaThe Music 2019 Writers' Poll10[53]
City PagesUSThe 75 best albums of 201953[54]
OORNetherlandsThe 40 Best Albums of The Year 201942[55]

Track listing

All tracks are written by Tropical Fuck Storm.

No.TitleLength
1."Paradise"6:14
2."The Planet of Straw Men"4:52
3."Who's My Eugene?"4:41
4."The Happiest Guy Around"4:28
5."Maria 62"3:56
6."Braindrops"6:42
7."Aspirin"5:14
8."Desert Sands of Venus"4:14
9."Maria 63"7:50
Total length:48:11

Personnel

Adapted from liner notes.

  • "Gaz" (Gareth Liddiard) – performer, recording engineer, mixing engineer
  • "Fi Fi" (Fiona Kitschin) – performer
  • "RKO" (Erica Dunn) – performer
  • "Hammer" (Lauren Hammel) – performer

Additional credits

  • Jonathan Paul "J.P." Shilo – violin (tracks: 5, 8, 9), guitar (tracks: 5, 8, 9), organ (tracks: 5, 8, 9)
  • Венера-14field recordings (track: 8)
  • Mike Deslandes – recording, mixing
  • Dav Byrne – mastering
  • Joe Becker – cover painting
  • Jamie Wdziekonski – photography
  • Andrew Quilty – photography
  • David Woodruff – layout

Charts

Chart (2019)Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[56]10
Independent Label Albums[57]2
US Independent Albums (Billboard)[58]18
US Top Heatseekers (Billboard)[58]3
US Alternative Album Sales (Billboard)[58]12
US Rock Album Sales (Billboard)[58]23
US Top Album Sales (Billboard)[59]93

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  9. ^ "Tropical Fuck Storm Release New Album, Braindrops, on Aug. 23; Stream "Paradise"". Vents Magazine. 18 June 2019.
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  11. ^ "Tropical Fuck Storm (ex-The Drones) touring w/ Modest Mouse + other dates". BrooklynVegan.
  12. ^ a b "King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Tease New Music With The Drones' Gareth Liddiard". Music Feeds. 22 January 2019.
  13. ^ a b "Tropical Fuck Storm - "The Happiest Guy Around" | Post-Trash Premiere". POST-TRASH.
  14. ^ a b c "Liars - "Total 3 Part Saga" & Tropical Fuck Storm - "The Happiest Guy Around"". 12 September 2018.
  15. ^ a b "@kinggizzard on Instagram: 'NeW. MuSiC. CoMiNg. SoOn. ..'". Instagram. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
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  51. ^ "The 15 Best Albums Of 2019". Junkee. 17 December 2019.
  52. ^ "Bill's Indie Basement: Best of 2019". BrooklynVegan.
  53. ^ "The Music 2019 Writers' Poll". The Music.
  54. ^ "The 75 best albums of 2019". City Pages.
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  59. ^ "Tropical Fuck Storm Chart History (Top Album Sales)". Billboard.

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Tropical Fuck Storm
Tropical Fuck Storm, 2018. Left to right: Fiona Kitschin, Gareth Liddiard, Erica Dunn, Lauren Hammel.
Tropical Fuck Storm, 2018. Left to right: Fiona Kitschin, Gareth Liddiard, Erica Dunn, Lauren Hammel.
Background information
OriginMelbourne, Australia
Genres
Years active2017-present
LabelsJoyful Noise Recordings, Flightless, Tropical Fuck Storm Records
Associated actsThe Drones, High Tension, MOD CON, Harmony, Palm Springs
WebsiteTFS official website
MembersGareth Liddiard
Fiona Kitschin
Lauren Hammel
Erica Dunn

Tropical Fuck Storm are an Australian band from Melbourne, Victoria, formed by Gareth Liddiard and Fiona Kitschin while on hiatus from the blues punk band The Drones. Lauren Hammel, from the band High Tension, plays drums, and Erica Dunn, from the bands MOD CON, Harmony and Palm Springs, plays guitars, keyboards, and other instruments. Their sound is characterized by elements of art punk, noise rock and experimental rock.

Biography

Looking to reboot creatively, The Drones took a break at the end of their tour supporting Feelin' Kinda Free in December 2016. The following year, Drones founder Gareth Liddiard and longtime bandmate Fiona Kitschin started writing material for a new project under the name for the record label they'd coined to self-release the last Drones album. They recruited Erica Dunn and Lauren Hammel during the summer of 2017, before embarking on an American tour. According to Dunn, "They just rang me up. Gareth and Fi were on loudspeaker like excited children. The pitch was 'Do you want to play guitar? We’re just going to do some weird shit.' And I was like 'Okay, sure.' Then Gareth said 'We might go to America in the next month, are you free? And we have to write some songs.' Sure I'll clear my schedule. Hammer [Lauren Hammel] was a bit different though, because [Gareth] didn't know her and he had to take her to the pub."[1][2]

They released a series of 7-inch singles later that autumn while on tour with Band of Horses and King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard in the US. Their debut album, A Laughing Death in Meatspace, dropped in March 2018 and the band signed with Joyful Noise Recordings shortly thereafter. "The album title links "meatspace" – as Silicon Valley engineers derogatorily refer to the physical realm – with a neurodegenerative disorder called kuru, once found in the Fore people of Papua New Guinea. Men would eat the muscles of the deceased, while women and children ate the brains, thereby inheriting Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and pot-holing their own grey matter to such an extent that they lost control of their emotions and laughed themselves to death."[3] Videos for the songs "You Let My Tyres Down", "Rubber Bullies" and "Soft Power" were released that spring.

The album received positive reviews one writing that "Starting a new project unencumbered by the Drones’ name or weighty reputation seems to have given Liddiard the freedom to jettison the last remaining trappings of rock traditionalism in his songwriting and let loose, with impressive results."[4] The Quietus ranked it #8 out of 100 entries on their list of "Albums of the Year So Far 2018",[5] writing that it's "hot with anger and full of ugly truths about the ways we live our lives [...] the effect is compelling." Greil Marcus wrote that the album makes "as fierce a band as" The Drones "seem austere" in comparison, writing that "the explosions in "Two Afternoons," "A Laughing Death," and "Rubber Bullies" are glorious and frightening, so big they don't feel quite real, but there's a story trying to climb out of the noise, carried by Liddiard's weariness, his uncynical fatalism, but shaped by the counter-vocals of Kitschin and Dunn", ending by saying that "you can feel as if this is what history sounds like as it's being written."[6] As of August 2020, it is also the second highest ranked punk blues[7] album of the decade (behind The Drones' I See Seaweed) on the website Rate Your Music, based on over 5300 ratings.[8]

In March 2019, the band released a new single, "The Planet of Straw Men". It is taken from their second studio album, Braindrops, which was released on 23 August 2019 by Joyful Noise [9] for global distribution and by King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard's Flightless record label in Australia.[10] It included the previous released single Paradise, and the song "The Happiest Guy Around", which was ultimately featured as one half of a split single with Liars (who contributed the track "Total 3 Part Saga"), the 18th instalment of the LAMC (Less Artists More Condos) series of 7-inch singles curated by Famous Class Records (where "an established musician on the A-side" is paired "with one of the musician’s favorite new artists on the B-side".[11][12] The 7-inch was released on the 28th of September.)[12]

Treble magazine, in a review published on 12 August 2019, named Braindrops their "Album of the Week" praising the track "Paradise" as "a sickly mirage of an oasis—you can practically see the disspiating heat haze over Liddiard's trickling guitar riffs. It slowly escalates its way toward a furious climax, turning into one of the most explosive break-up songs in recent memory". The review concludes: "Tropical Fuck Storm invite the chaos, orchestrating it, manipulating it, delivering a piece of mangled and bruised art that sounds magnificent at its most frayed and fragmented. It's a weirdness that feels strangely assuring, even necessary."[13] NARC Magazine gave the album a perfect score, writing that it "pretty much cements the Australians as one of the most vital acts on the planet right now." Exclaim! called it "a psychedelic rock opera occasionally dipping its toes in the stream of electro-punk. The result is equal parts harrowing and electrifying, surreal and far too familiar."[14] According to Paste, "[l]istening to Braindrops feels like watching a sped-up timeline of rising sea levels and melting glaciers set to long-lost field recordings of maximalist noise-rock from the Outback. You're listening to a world falling apart."[15] Braindrops, writes The Line of Best Fit, "is as cerebral and gut-level as its name implies, high-minded and high volume, a grand mess that isn't really a mess at all."[16]

In an interview with Konbini, Iggy Pop praised the title track of the album, simply calling it "a good fuck".[17][18] Both Michael Feuerstack and Conan Neutron called it one of their favourite albums of the year, with the latter calling it "an utterly befuddling and “wrong” sounding record that is oh so “right.” There isn't a clear monster single like “tyres” on this one, but the whole thing has a snakey, baked in the sun vibe that works its way into your subconscious."[19][20]

On March 15th, 2020 TFS released "Suburbiopia", a song about suicide cults.[21] “The lyrical trajectory started as a total shamoz,” Liddiard said of the song. “We all started it at breakfast one morning. But at about 11am I took a shower and the concept came to me. I thought ‘What if all those nutty cults with their fucked up suicide escape plans weren’t wrong and everybody else accusing them of being insane was wrong? It’s timely not ’cause of the cult thing but because it’s probably a good time to leave the planet.'”[21]

In April 2020 the band shaded a cover of This Perfect Day by The Saints. Featuring Amy Taylor of Amyl and the Sniffers.[22]

Members

  • Gareth Liddiard – lead and backing vocals, guitar
  • Fiona Kitschin – backing and lead vocals, bass guitar
  • Erica Dunn – backing and lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, synthesizer
  • Lauren Hammel – drums, programming, MPC

Discography

Studio albums

TitleDetailsPeak chart positions
AUS
[23]
A Laughing Death in Meatspace
  • Released: 2018
  • Label: Tropical Fuck Storm Records, Mistletone (MIST086)
  • Format: CD, digital download, LP, streaming
25
Braindrops
  • Released: August 2019
  • Label: Flightless (FLT-054)
  • Format: CD, digital download, LP, streaming
10

Singles

Awards and nominations

Music Victoria Awards

The Music Victoria Awards, are an annual awards night celebrating Victorian music. They commenced in 2005 (although nominee and winners are unknown from 2005-2012).[24][25]

YearNominee / workAwardResult
2018A Laughing Death in MeatspaceBest Rock/Punk AlbumNominated
themselvesBest BandNominated
Erica DunnBest Female MusicianNominated
Gareth LiddiardBest Male MusicianNominated
2019BraindropsBest Rock/Punk AlbumWon
themselvesBest BandNominated
themselvesBest Live ActNominated
Erica DunnBest Female MusicianWon
Gareth LiddiardBest Male MusicianNominated

National Live Music Awards

The National Live Music Awards (NLMAs) are a broad recognition of Australia's diverse live industry, celebrating the success of the Australian live scene. The awards commenced in 2016.

YearNominee / workAwardResult
National Live Music Awards of 2018[26][27]ThemselvesBest New ActWon
Live Hard Rock Act of the YearWon
Gareth Liddiard (Tropical Fuck Storm)Live Guitarist of the YearWon
Erica Dunn (Tropical Fuck Storm)Live Instrumentalist of the YearNominated
National Live Music Awards of 2019[28][29]Lauren Hammel (Tropical Fuck Storm)Live Drummer of the YearWon
Erica Dunn (Tropical Fuck Storm)Live Guitarist of the YearWon
National Live Music Awards of 2020[30]ThemselvesLive Act of the YearPending
Fiona Kitschin (Tropical Fuck Storm)Live Basist of the YearPending

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  12. ^ a b "Liars - "Total 3 Part Saga" & Tropical Fuck Storm - "The Happiest Guy Around"". 12 September 2018.
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  18. ^ "Godfather of punk IGGY POP tells the world 'Braindrops' is a good fu*k". Amnplify.
  19. ^ "Top Records of 2019". Conan Neutron's Protonic Reversal.
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  25. ^ "Previous Winners". Music Victoria. Retrieved 13 August 2020.
  26. ^ "NLMA announce 2018 nominees and Live legend". NLMA. 2 October 2018. Retrieved 5 September 2020.
  27. ^ "Winners of the 2018 NLMA". NLMA. December 2018. Retrieved 5 September 2020.
  28. ^ "HERE ARE YOUR 2019 NATIONAL LIVE MUSIC AWARDS NOMINEES!". NLMA. 22 October 2020. Retrieved 5 September 2020.
  29. ^ "AND THE WINNERS OF THE 2019 NATIONAL LIVE MUSIC AWARDS ARE…". NLMA. 5 December 2020. Retrieved 5 September 2020.
  30. ^ "Nominees announced for 2020 National Live Music Awards". NLMAs. 7 September 2020. Retrieved 8 September 2020.

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