Would it be fair to label Miles Kane as a sort of Andrew Ridgeley to Alex Turner's George Michael? Kind of. The twosome are celebrity mates, featuring on each others albums but Kane lacks much of Turner's...well.. talent. Still Colour of the Trap shows that Kane can make albums with more life to them than Ridgeley's despairing Son of Albert being a blend of psych and Brit-pop with guest spots from Noel Gallagher, Gruff Rhys and...yes... Alex Turner.
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7/10 Jack 23rd June 2015
I was pleasantly surprised when I started listening to Miles Kane. I loved The Last Shadow Puppets so I was excited when I found out the other half of Alex Turner's side project put out a record. On this album, you'll find simple, catchy alternative British rock songs. That's really all there is to it. If you are a fan of the Arctic Monkeys, Oasis, or Spoon, you will most likely enjoy this. I have to give the two lead singles on the album "Come Closer" and "Inhaler" a lot of credit for this debut effort - tremendous tracks.
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