LP compiling their demo, both 7"s, and new songs. Limited to 100 copies!
Our take: A Collection of Love Songs is a discography release from this Canadian band, bringing together their cassette on Blow Blood Records together with their two 7”s and five new tracks. If you didn’t catch any of those releases the first time around, No Blues plays raw, poppy punk with big hooks. The “underwater” vocal sound will remind you of their fellow Canadians Booji Boys, but No Blues’s big riffs and sunny melodies sound like they’re culled straight from MTV’s 90s Buzz Bin. Many of these tracks sound like they could have evolved into Weezer or Nada Surf songs, if only they were four times as long and recorded with something higher than kvlt black metal fidelity. The overall vibe is similar to Tony Molina, but again, much noisier and more primitive. If you like your melodic punk with a layer of grime to balance out the sugary sweetness, you’ll be all over this. Better act quick, though, because only 100 copies exist.