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5 stars I've been putting this off for a while, but finally I'm ready to give a rundown on another great Superdense record. An important caveat to note is that this is not so much a great prog indie record, like "One In The Flood" was, but a great indie record that maintains a few of the avant-prog sensibilities we've come to expect from Gabe. But, yes, it's a great one; he's tightened the already excellent lo-fi rock stylings and achieved some of the best flow between tracks he's ever had. It altogether feels like a fresh, strange, and ultimately deconstructed throwback to the kind of American indie of the '90's, especially Duster and Pavement. The production and the simplicity of instrument choice lend well to the total feeling of the album, and the playing is as ever superb. My favourite track would have to be the particularly Duster-esque "Silence", but even with the title track's guitar tones making some other listeners feel as if the idea behind that particular track falls apart, there's nothing even approaching bad. Very, very great.
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