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1 review »It's the 3rd full lengther from ERASE ERRATA & dare I say it, their best so far. Now trimmed to a 3 piece, this intense, angular & hugely vibrant band has thrilled me countless times in the last few weeks with 'Nightlife' the best record Sleater-Kinney never quite got round to recording. It's whip crackingly dynamic gear whilst retaining a simple & direct forcefulness. 'Hotel ... »

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Nightlife by Erase Errata
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4 people love this record. Be the 5th!
9/10 Brian Staff review, 16 November 2006
It's the 3rd full lengther from ERASE ERRATA & dare I say it, their best so far. Now trimmed to a 3 piece, this intense, angular & hugely vibrant band has thrilled me countless times in the last few weeks with 'Nightlife' the best record Sleater-Kinney never quite got round to recording. It's whip crackingly dynamic gear whilst retaining a simple & direct forcefulness. 'Hotel Suicide' keeps on building & unwinding, trying to race itself to a frightening climax whilst 'Another Genius Idea from our Government' is crazed skronk rock with hints of free jazz trumpet & lotsa mid period Sebadoh-esque slanted indie. Except performed by 3 incredibly talented women. This is great rock album full of imagination & killer hooks with a kinda spine tingling hex running through the whole shebang like a subtle spell cast by three white witches. Gone is a great deal of the trebly wonked out new wave psychosis to be replaced by the kind of incredibly astute, spiky & sexy alt rock that you wish maybe The Slits were still making now albeit with an off-kilter contemporary Yank twist. A track appearing near the end even suggests Lightning Bolt style percussive insanity so dunno where they may go next. Deffo my album of the week but not the one we all agree on unfortunately. Give these girls your money. They've bloody earnt it! Back on Kill Rock Stars where they belong, CD/LP

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