12″ – 180g Black Vinyl
(*Only 700 copies pressed in this edition.)
Turn Right and Right Again was written in between lockdowns then recorded in May by super-producer/mixer David Wrench, one half of audiobooks and known for his work with Frank Ocean, the xx, Caribou, David Byrne, Manic Street Preachers and Goldfrapp, at his studio in Hackney. The EP was then mixed by Kieran Hebden (Four Tet) in upstate New York and mastered by James Trevascus at Invada, the studio run by Geoff Barrow (Portishead, BEAK>) in Bristol.
Dog Unit describe their sound as “a rock band’s interpretation of electronic music, so all the signifiers of dance music – build and drop, lots of emphasis on pulse, repetition and interesting cross-rhythms, melodies posing as riffs etc – but filtered into a two-guitars-bass-and-drums line-up. It’s instrumental rock music/post-rock you want to dance to.”
Alongside ‘The Rule of Six’, the EP finds the band moving between spaghetti western trip-hop sludge-metal (‘Absolute Unit’), sky-high drone-dub (‘Pyramid Scheme’) and, on title track ‘Turn Right and Right Again’, unabashed stadium-filling euphoria.
1. The Rule Of Six
2. Absolute Unit
3. Pyramid Scheme
4. Turn Right And Right Again