Recorded in September 2007 by the Deepsea Goes.
Released on Transnational Debate Records on 9/11.
"Its good to see that there are still people that have not succumbed to the last ten years of music and that are still able to record a strain of pure emotion in the form of three minute blitzkrieg-style tracks that make up The Deep Sea Goes new EP. This record is packed with sounds that could have come from any number of groups that are hailed today as punk legends. The parts are simple, the vocals slightly out of tune a good portion of the time, and enough distortion to satiate any Ramones junky.
The overall sound of this album is deliciously lo-fi and the vocals are reminiscent of late nineties hardcore and punk standards. The musicianship on this album shows an authentic disregard for most dynamic levels, but in that disregard they convince the listener of their musical purpose, or lack thereof. This group could have been absolutely praised about ten or fifteen years ago, but today their sound might incline listeners to write off this band as a relic of a genre that has all but died. That would be a serious mistake, as these guys show a real talent for songwriting and a taste for progressiveness that doesn't over power their music. Check these guys out!
"From Los Angeles, California comes a demo CD entitled The Deepsea Goes "Epater Le Bourgeois" (loose translation - "shock the middle-class"). There are six songs here, the majority of which are total hard-core rock; BUT, the difference between this and other groups of the same genre is that these guys change things up with unexpected beats, tones, rhythms, and bangin' progressive guitar motifs with the resulting sound being fresh, unusual, and original. A standout track was "April 29th", an instrumental piece that really resonates with intensity aimed at the listener's deepest levels. We predict that a very promising future lies ahead for the Deepsea."
-Lilly Emeralder and Emma Dyllan
Phosphorescence Magazine (http://www.phosphorescencemagazine.com/)