Saturation Point
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Saturation Point


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The best kept secret in music


"Venue review"

Saturation Point's catharsis comes in volumes. Swaying effortlessly between Explosions in the Sky style prettiness and blistering Mogwai crescesndos their take on post rock stands tall amongst their camera shy peers , both in deft interwoven guitar tapestries and ear splitting climaxes. And that's just the first FIVE minutes. Sp veer from glitchy Warp style beats and propulsive rubber bass to barely controlled 60s psych freak outs barely seeming to drop breath as they go. It's majestic stuff, tempering the line between joyous and vitriolic, casutic and melodic. A true find. 9/06 - Venue


"One", "Two" and "Three" all released 2006 on LLS records.
a lot of tracks from "three" are being played on various Rock stations such as fearless


Feeling a bit camera shy


"Having almost given up on the changing power of music, and inspired by an insomniac crawl through the Tate Modern Saturation Point were formed in 2005. A face-to-face encounter with the work of abstract expressionist, Rothko, led to their creation and development, improvising slabs of sound, forever evolving, and best understood as a whole and from a safe distance. Saturation Point were forced to ask how Punk Rock it was to play three and a half minute pop songs and swear a lot? While some opt for the "how cool do I look on stage?" school of post rock this band understand that it's only how you sound that counts and that when it comes to any form of expressionism less will always be less and more is always more. Saturation Point drag you back to the eye of the apocalypse. They are punishingly loud effortlessly dwarfing their peers' heavy climaxes while surrendering none of their melodic inclinations or sense of space. And that is their undoubted beauty. Theirs is not the staple quiet-loud post rock dynamic; instead textured guitars cascade over liquid bass and sharp poly rhythms meandering fluidly. Moody, episodic, violent and reflective, their music is a calling card from a band who want to come round to your place, re design your furniture, paint the walls green and then blow your windows out. "