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4.8 out of 5

6 Ratings

6 Ratings

A real return to form for these boys

Winstonperil

I'm so excited that these guys are putting out music again. The Brothers Kadane are some of my all-time favorite musicians. There is no slippage here. It's as if they simply picked up where they left off. Instantly rocketed to the very top of my favorite releases from 2017 (which has been an insanely good year for music).

Another amazing TNY album

jira8

SNOW is potentially The New Year's most eclectic album to date. I immediately latched on to the more familiar-styled songs, but within a few days, I'd embraced the entire album. Really amazing work from one of the most influential indie bands of the last 20 years.

Of course, one of the most classic Bedhead/TNY songs of all, "The Beast" is my clear favorite. I suppose I'll always be partial to their core sound.

This album should not be missed.

About The New Year

After a couple years of rest that followed the end of Texan slowcore kings Bedhead, brothers and guitarists Matt and Bubba Kadane formed the New Year, a logical extension of their previous band, along with Bedhead fill-in guitarist Peter Schmidt, former Come drummer Chris Brokaw, and bassist Mike Donofrio. After sporadic gigging (touring was one of the reasons for Bedhead's breakup), they recorded Newness Ends in Chicago during late 2000 with Steve Albini. Retaining Bedhead's raw intensity and atmosphere, Newness Ends (released in early 2001 on Touch & Go) extended upon the tempo variation that had only bubbled to the surface on their final record. Keeping a steady lineup, the band worked at a suitably slow and steady pace, releasing The End Is Near in May of 2004 and The New Year during September of 2008. After the latter LP's release, the project was put on the backburner, with the Kadane brothers collaborating with David Bazan and Will Johnson in Overseas. They returned in early 2017 with a new single, "Recent History," which heralded the April release of the New Year's long-awaited fourth studio album, Snow. ~ Andy Kellman

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