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Here’s a slow-burning by Hebronix, led by 23-year-old ex-Yuckite Daniel Blumberg. His new band offer up a dreamily psychedelic and weary-sounding take on indie rock, taking the time to jam out their songs into unexpectedly spacey territory which is always anchored by a clear love for by-the-book ‘90s indie bands like Teenage Fanclub.
The patient indie-psych aesthetic reminds me a little of Sleepy Sun, or at its very best moments recalling shades of Sparklehorse, with some interesting minimal arrangements sometimes bringing to mind Menomena too. I think I like it best when they give up on their experimental tendencies altogether and melt into pure Real Estate-ish MOR pop towards the end on ‘Garden’, a lazy blissed out summer jam which stands out as the most memorable cut here.
The album is constantly on the slow side of mid-paced and that can plod a little at times but on this number it’s perfectly judged. Closer ‘The Plan’ sinks into some nice simple summertime vibes too. Overall though it’s one of those records which I’m going to say is alright and then promptly forget. It’s alright. Who are Hebronix?
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