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Solar powered people are a Californian four piece rock band that dabble with shoegazey style indie pop. 'Living through the low' is the groups first long playing contribution to the myriad tapestry of modern rock in the noughties. These guys do a nice line in Slowdive/Swervedriver/Ride-esque tunes, well conceived and effectively delivered. Layers of simple but rousing guitars collide with a brutal ...

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Living Through The Low by Solar Powered People
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8/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 22 October 2009
Solar powered people are a Californian four piece rock band that dabble with shoegazey style indie pop. 'Living through the low' is the groups first long playing contribution to the myriad tapestry of modern rock in the noughties. These guys do a nice line in Slowdive/Swervedriver/Ride-esque tunes, well conceived and effectively delivered. Layers of simple but rousing guitars collide with a brutally solid rhythm section to create a distinctly american sounding variation on shoegaze rock sound, typically confident and full of energy. Elsewhere we get swirling, spaced out balladry that shares a little in common with Interpol and other Joy Division aping goth type groups. Definitely a decent listen, nothing genuinely groundbreaking but certainly pleasing to the ear 'Living through the low' brings back a little nostalgia for the mid-nineties and reminds me of a few top bands i've not giving much thought to of late.

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