A horrible hack

Aged Yummy

Let's Connect Dots

Year Released: 2010
Format: CD
Label: Run of the Mill
 
Reviewed by Nadia Almashoor on Oct 25, 2010
Sometimes you don’t need to sing. Just reciting and articulating with abrupt pauses over really basic, under three minute, lo-fi structures can be just fine. No problems if you’re using the same formula with different ingredients. I’m okay with that. I imagine these lads play at art shows. The really obscure ones. Like at someone’s attic where the organizers send a mass text message half hour before the show. Or at that secret multi-purpose space in between shops you never thought existed. Or perhaps, at a personal mini-zine launch in a school parking lot. Those kind. Cos they’re not loud and they’re not noisy. They’re decent. And a little bit awkward. And just uhm, fine. Not something to write home about but hey, I’ll go see them for sure if they get me in for free. Really.

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