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It's Sydney or the Bush

The Inbreds

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Album Review

After Tag folded shortly after their breakout debut, Kombinator, the Inbreds were left without a label, and as a result moved to Halifax and found a home on the Sloan-run Murderecords. Their sophomore album, It's Sydney or the Bush, followed shortly thereafter, and featured a more developed sound than heard on their previous release, even experimenting by adding guitar, strings, and horns to their standard bass and drum combo on some tracks. It was a natural progression for the duo, which did not alienate their fan base, and, sonicly, the album sounds a lot more diverse because of the change. "Drag Us Down" in particular stands out as an album highlight, the stings adding even more wistfulness to O'Neill's already sweet and memorable lyrics. The Inbreds have really found a cozy little niche here, paying their Beatlesque numbers with flair and style. Everything finally came together on their final record, Winning Hearts, but this is still a cohesive album with no real missteps, and a great album to add to any collection.

Biography

Formed: Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Renowned for their stripped-down lineup of bass guitar and drums, the Inbreds were one of the foremost bands emerging from the Canadian indie scene of the '90s, deftly combining upbeat, catchy Beatlesesque pop with emotionally intense melodies and harmonies. While often associated with the Halifax Pop Explosion and bands like Sloan and Thrush Hermit, the Inbreds got their start in the college town of Kingston, Ontario, in 1992, where they released cassettes of their own music and of other Kingston...
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