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1 review »'Queens Live in Caskets' is what a young man namd AARON STOUT has entitled his dashing CD on Monotreme. He's billed as "folk-rock" but this all sounds like a more spaced out hybrid of Grandaddy, Cass McCombs, Beck & Arcade Fire with possibly a spot of Jeff Buckley. Rather absorbing opener 'The Coronation' is funereally paced with this fantastic double tracked bluesy guitar & ... »

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Queens Live in Caskets by Aaron Stout
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 14 November 2006
'Queens Live in Caskets' is what a young man namd AARON STOUT has entitled his dashing CD on Monotreme. He's billed as "folk-rock" but this all sounds like a more spaced out hybrid of Grandaddy, Cass McCombs, Beck & Arcade Fire with possibly a spot of Jeff Buckley. Rather absorbing opener 'The Coronation' is funereally paced with this fantastic double tracked bluesy guitar & echo laden vox. Other tracks are intimate heartbreakers & blues sodden laments. He's been put up there with the likes of Papa M & Sufjan Stevens etc but I think he could well be sat on his own star. As Monotreme always have the habit of picking classic sounding long term acts for their roster, I'd get in early with this one as I fear he's gonna be tramping big boards in the future. Check out the moody photo of him lounging on a car. He looks like my friend Nathaniel who always gets his girl. Hehehe! CD only

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