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Album Review

2003's Televise was by no means a poor album from Calla, but it often seemed too resigned and, occasionally, downright deflated. When the songs on 2001's Scavengers operated at a low-energy level, they at least had a smoldering, shadowy allure. On Collisions, the band wipes the sleep out of its eyes and produces a set of songs that is more inspired and vital, even if it's equally embittered and dejected. The added oomph — faster riffs here and there, stop-start rhythms, terse vocal phrasings — is bound to cause some comparisons to fellow New York band Interpol. However, each one of the characteristics has been in Calla all along. It's only now that they're being exposed to this extent (while the electronic undercurrents of old are made all but completely invisible), and the move results in the band's second-best album to date.

Customer Reviews

Calla - Collisions

Into it. Cruisy, mellow, easy listening like driving down the coast on a sunny day type vibe.


Formed: 1997 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Calla was formed in New York City in 1997 by Aurelio Valle (guitar, vocals), Sean Donovan (bass, keyboards, programming), and Wayne B. Magruder (percussion, programming). However, the band's origins can be traced to Texas in 1993, where Valle and Magruder began performing together in the Denton band the Factory Press. The band relocated to New York in 1995, recording The Smoky Ends of a Burnt out Day with producers Kid Congo Powers and Matt Verta-Ray. The group split in 1997 and the album was not...
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