The third proper full-length from Postcode. Recorded by Mikie and Marie whilst the full band line-up was incomplete, utilising drum machines, synths and alternate-tuned guitars.
Read more here - zebracore.tumblr.com/post/76674410733/zebratronic
A short video about it can be found here - www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCi0gosLOcg
The video to 'Losing The Battle' can be seen here - youtu.be/Mwhw-QYqRg0
'Postcode's new album is amazing, inventive and thrilling. Mysterious and powerful, esoteric and straightforward, tender and brutal all in the space of a few seconds. Its true alternative music, different and dynamic but so listenable too. Its the best album of 2014 so far, i know its only early in the year but to beat this will take some doing.' - Trip TV
'so good, so good, that when you stop to think, you've heard about five times in a row and still needs more...A musical drug of the strongest and addictive I have heard' - The Blog That Celebrates Itself
'...great album to take a break from stereotyped music. From slow post-rock/shoegaze to fast electronic, this album pulls me into its world' - faetonmusic.wordpress.com
'This is an album with its own character that needs to be experienced and gets better every time one hears it.' - Floorshime Zipper Boots
'On Zebratronic the band blend fizzing synth lines, brittle drums, warm distortion and plaintive vocals into a heady and beguiling mix..... All this great music for less than the price of a decent cup of coffee and a muffin.' - Highway Five
'Postcode is a brilliant band that has the capacity of doing whatever they want and make it inventive... one of those bands you shouldn’t let slip by.' - The Musical Junkie
'If you're craving more sonic driven alt-rock, Postcode is the band to check out. Their album, Zebratronic, ...will make your ears very happy as it did mine!' - Tina Roum, Buzznet
'highly listenable rock 'n' roll, with a fuzzy, shoe-gazey aesthetic and charming hooks. ' - Clean, Nice, Quiet.
'...something that nicely toes the boundaries of shoegaze, electronica and whatever passes for indie rock nowadays. It’s swirling, it’s dense, and it rewards repeat listening.' - Ear Things!
'Get it ... It really is worth a listen' - Dukla Prague Away Kit