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1 review »Best Coast is Bethany Cosentino who presumably left Pocahaunted in vicarious shame after her partner's great Penn & Teller banana debacle. Now she does sloppy lo-fi doo wop love songs in a wonky Vivian Girls/Crystal Stilts/Girls At Dawn kinda style. It's a pretty big style just now in case you haven't noticed, but she manages to stick out from the crowd in fine style with a tasty and original ... »

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Make You Mine by Best Coast
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9/10 Brett Staff review, 08 January 2010
Best Coast is Bethany Cosentino who presumably left Pocahaunted in vicarious shame after her partner's great Penn & Teller banana debacle. Now she does sloppy lo-fi doo wop love songs in a wonky Vivian Girls/Crystal Stilts/Girls At Dawn kinda style. It's a pretty big style just now in case you haven't noticed, but she manages to stick out from the crowd in fine style with a tasty and original guitar sound that betrays her roots in such a textural, effects laden project as Pocahaunted. Lyrically, she says 'baby' quite a lot and seems to be drifting around yearning and longing kind of territory. That might sound like a narrow spectrum but to me it's surely the richest of pop songwriting sources to mine and the sweet spot for any style of this kind. I think it's fair to say we're all well keen on 'Make You Mine', despite the fact it's got a Beach Boys cover on it and you're potentially messing with people's feelings if you start on that shit. Well pulled off indeed!

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