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by Dulli swaggering confidence, feral howl and deliciously decadent tales of seduction, betrayal and revenge. From the slow grind boogie of opener Parked Outside to the twitchy syncopation verses of Matamoros to the falsetto flamenco rock of Algiers and the arena anthem The Lottery, this is music that should be played at high volume very late at night preferably while you sporting a designer suit and shades as you speed down the freeway in a stolen Escalade en route to some sort of illegal deal or immoral liaison. Bottom line: Dulli and his Whigs have built the perfect Beast. What you do to it is your business.
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Gord Downie, The Sadies The Conquering Sun
You can spell revolution without evolution. So the Utah post punks sixth disc is not only their most overtly political work it also their most melodic, mature and accessible. Intriguing.
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Do to the BeastSome comebacks you want. Some you don Others you don even want to know about. But the best comebacks are the ones that you don even know you want until they happen. Put Greg Dulli and the Afghan Whigs belong in the latter category. Nearly 16 after they dissolved in the wake of their seventh album 1965, the underappreciated Cincinnati outfit have reconvened (well, mostly) for an album that reminds you just how good they were the first time around and leaves you wondering how come they aren as popular as, say, Queens of the Stone Age. That not just some random comparison; in many ways, the Whigs laid the foundation for Josh Homme and co. Their sound was and still is a bewitching fusion of classic soul and modern rock, played with dark, muscular propulsion and sold Lv Belts Online
sludge and beefy biker boy balladry. Amen.
Gord Downie, The Sadies The Conquering Sunis one good fast job, claims Gord Downie. He got that right. Except for the fast part, maybe. Supposedly, this left field supergroup collaboration from the Tragically Hip frontman and alt country kings The Sadies has been on the drawing board for several years. Now that it finally arrived, it handily confirms that some music is worth the wait and some collaborations can add up to more than the sum of their parts. Even when those parts are mostly familiar. Which is to say: On these 10 rough tumble tracks, Downie brings his instantly recognizable vocal stylings and skewed poetry, while The Sadies deliver the usual twangy licks and psychedelic garage textures. So naturally, sometimes it sounds like what you expect: Downie yawping and croaking about who knows what over the band freewheeling roots jams. But other times notably on grittier and more propulsive cuts like Crater and It Didn Start to Break My Heart Until This Afternoon they reconnect with their inner teen punks, channeling the primal grit and chugging propulsion of Iggy and The Stooges. A Ferragamo Belt For Cheap few more cuts like that wouldn have hurt a bit, but all in all, you have to agree with Gord self assessment. Here hoping we don have to wait years for their Sun to rise again.
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