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1 review » I was pleasantly surprised by Twerps’ LP of sunshiney slacker pop that came out on Underwater Peoples earlier in the year and now they’re back with this three song 7” on The Passport Label/Chapter Music (we’ve also got the Underwater Peoples edition of the same single in soon, apparently, if you fancy spending a bit more money on the same songs), led by the louche indie g ... »

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Work It Out by Twerps
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 15 November 2012

I was pleasantly surprised by Twerps’ LP of sunshiney slacker pop that came out on Underwater Peoples earlier in the year and now they’re back with this three song 7” on The Passport Label/Chapter Music (we’ve also got the Underwater Peoples edition of the same single in soon, apparently, if you fancy spending a bit more money on the same songs), led by the louche indie gem that is ‘Work It Out’, where casual guitar jangle and nonchalant vocals do nothing to mask the sheer catchiness of the tunes.

On the other side ‘He’s In Stock’ and ‘Recall’ have similar warm, likeable indie vibes, with a kind of ‘90s style pseudo-garage feel to the production like those post-grunge major label “indie” bands that spent lots of money trying to make it sound like they hadn’t spent much money; something about the thin, trebly tones I think. That sounds like a criticism but it’s more of an observation. I’m actually really enjoying all three of these songs.


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