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Portland Gives Us Another Great Group

Why: I'm not sure if its because of its hippie underbelly, relative isolation, or lethal espresso, but the American Northwest has consistently produced its own unique strains of rock and roll. This Portland six-piece proudly carries that non-conformist torch with a throbbing sound that gives equal billing to angst and ambience. The bottle-rocket guitars and military drum work are the obvious starting points, but it's the glitchy electronics and moaning strings that make the mood, lending a soft shoulder to the occational Sonic-Youth style meltdown. With such intense daydreaming, Metropolis may well end-up being tge make-out album of the fall. Sounds Like: Latter day R.E.M., early U2, Seventies-era Brian Eno, Bjork, Death Cad for Cutie

YES awesome

swords are awesome, even better live, check out stars of track and field if you like these guys

don't believe the hype

I bought this album based on the rave reviews and comments I read online. Despite it's lush production qualities, the album lacks any real memorable melodies or emotion. I'm confused why it's gotten the press it has. This album is boring and doesn't go anywhere.

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