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Stumbled upon this while looking for some cool music to gift to my brother and was enamored from the start - the band is always locked in, and the way the compositions spin around themselves is really beautiful. Thanks for the tunes, Yvette and co. :) RA//Kevin
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The math rock equivalent of Do Make Say Think. I re-listen to this more often than nearly anything I've found in years, because it is right in the SWEETEST SWEET SPOT. Good feels. Cozy. W(eirdo).F(rom).A(nother).P(lanet).
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The guitar work is flashy, but not especially melodic except in bursts. It works, though. I can't hum "Shibuya," but I love it. The complicated guitar work is used for rhythmic effect instead, and the huge, nimble leaps between notes mix with a locked-in rhythm section to make an unusually joyful sound. dom_hucass