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Lo' There Do I See My Brother


Post Rock/Math rock

4.02 | 27 ratings

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4 stars The post-rock pack of Lo' There Do I See My Brother play a style which to my ears seems influenced by the more folky, acoustic end of 1990s and early 2000s post-rock, as exemplified by projects such as Valley of the Giants (though there is, thankfully, no overlong penguin story to be had here). Don't be lulled, though, because they can also turn on a sludgey post-metal sound when it's time to get loud and make an impact. With multiple intertwined lead guitars in play, the album offers various hidden depths for adventurous listeners to dive into. Repeat listens are demanded, and I will be watching to see what they do next.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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