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1 review »No. I just don't understand half the stuff that's being made these days. Plodding yawn-some 70s-flecked college rock, as densely layered & wonderfully produced as it often is, fails to ignite me. All. These. Bloody. Bands falling somewhere in between what Field Music did so bloody well but which fell to deaf ears years ago and the grandoise, ballroom straddling chamber pop of Grizzly Bear: the ... »

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Talking Through Tin Cans by The Morning Benders
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4/10 Brian Staff review, 06 May 2010

No. I just don't understand half the stuff that's being made these days. Plodding yawn-some 70s-flecked college rock, as densely layered & wonderfully produced as it often is, fails to ignite me. All. These. Bloody. Bands falling somewhere in between what Field Music did so bloody well but which fell to deaf ears years ago and the grandoise, ballroom straddling chamber pop of Grizzly Bear: they all begin to sound bloated, laboured, sleepy & turgid. The Seventies was a pretty horrendous time for Western pop so why these people want to mine that laconic drive-time sound again. This is why new wave & post punk was & is still exciting. Why certain headz is goin' mad for obscure European synth pop. Cos it still sounds f-r-e-s-h!! I don't wanna hear any more fucking bands influenced by the fucking Beach Boys or 10cc. Not. Ever. Again. Fuck off.




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