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A full lenght of hollowing noiree, “Common Wine” by Pullo breaks the core body of their own climatic post-punk. Beneath the 12 tracks of Common Wine, Pullo is like jumping off to a new revelation which embodies the sound of gothic, darkwave, post-punk. This quintet from Medan surely halts some of their tracks as a picture of what’s so called post-punk these days.
Initiated in 2016 by Rally Jachmoon (vocals), Gavin Siregar (drums), Valdi Fahrizi (guitar), Faiz Fadhilah (guitar), and Ranggi Ramadhan (bass), Pullo successfully accomplish their full chop album by the release of Common Wine. It’s a surprising act we found as we dig down on some of their tracks such as “Common Wine”, “Agony” and Ride”.
These treasuries of Pullo’s ambienic strum and speedy beat are the most reluctant yet the hook of it all. The dark conundrum began with the three-consecutive slow-paced tracks of “Adam,” “Truthwise,” and “Common Wine” and continued with the flow of 12 tracks as a narrative. You might obviously hear a pinch of Slint or She Past Away or even Massive Attack’s melodic tunes all over this album.
This book of Pullo’s manifestation taps in some notable names here and there such as J. Alfredo a.k.a Romantic Echoes and Sunmantra (electric trio). Please make a visit for this refreshing post-punk by Pullo via their official Bandcamp channel.