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Opener ‘Flying Low Maria’ is a slight red herring in its slightly detuned alt-country melancholy but it’s safe to say that this band combine buzzy Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr guitar pyrotechnics with vocals which sound like they could have come off a Gene Clark/Carla Olsen record, ie a countrified twang. Where Laurel Canyon meets New York loft.
‘High Price to Pay’ has some glorious guitar interplay, and not unlike early Yo La Tengo in its sketchy, wiry half-formed sound. The guitars have that watery Hoboken feel, vocals rudimentary and always slightly off key but adding to the slacker feel of it all. ‘Young Lord’ is pure late-era Pavement with sardonic voice and strummy melancholy. It’s a mixed bag of lots of different influences, occasionally hitting a high water mark but never really reaching their own sound. I think this band are no more - they sometimes remind me of Carla Bozulich and the darker wave of American songwriters that have something of Sonic Youth through their veins.
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