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"Despite being recorded on a tobacco farm, this album really feels born of the garage. It brims with energy and while it clearly has a sense of craft, Nothing is Enough! retains a nice level of crackling roughness. Apparently, Lubec describes their music as "sculpt-rock," and I like that image. In a song like "Your Magic Wand," the guitars punctuate the chorus like a buzz saw at full bore, from which the sawdust of melody flies."

- Those Who Dig

"Listening to Nothing is Enough! can be likened to what Dorothy experienced when she was inside of the tempest that transported her to Oz."

-DOA Blog

"This might be a weird comparison for a group like Lubec, but when I listen to their new EP Nothing is Enough, I’m reminded of the Phil Spector ‘Wall of Sound’. It’s not a wall of noise, it’s a wall of sonic craziness that actually makes sense. Just like what Spector did with his production and recordings."

- Dyson Sound

"Sculpt Rock, the genre listed for Lubec‘s Nothing is Enough! EP, must be a reference to the deeply layered sound that the band has developed. It starts like a stone: minerals sink to the bottom of the sea and are compacted together under the pressure of the ocean until they are ejected, scalded and scarred, from a volcano, eons later. Lubec sculpt this imperfect rock into an amorphous, yet densely textured monolith"

- SSG Music

"The debut EP from this quartet is one of the more distinctive shoegaze retreads heard lately. At times, it could be a transmission from the late '80s; the giveaway is the gleefully amateurish sound quality, with enough blown-out hiss for three Loveless sequels."

-Detroit Metro Times


from Nothing Is Enough!, track released January 18, 2011
Recorded at Ernestine Studios Tobacco Farm, Dunn, NC
Mastered by Jamal Ruhe at West West Side, NYC

Brandon Martin- Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Caroline Jackson- Piano, Synth, Vocals
Eddie Charlton- Guitar, Vocals
Jesse Threatt- Guitar, Vocals
David McClendon- Guitar

Artwork by Stephanie Saavedra and Steven Yates

"Nothing is enough!"


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