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Album Review

Earthquake Weather is a sharp improvement over the previous I Don't Love My Guru, triumphing over the sameness which plagued its predecessor thanks to the colorful production of Earle Mankey. Hoffman's songs take inspiration from a wide variety of purist pop sources — while some tracks, like "Rehearsal" and the wonderfully-titled "Morose Colored Glasses," bear a definite Left Banke/baroque influence, others (such as the terrific opener "He Means Well") are spiky power-pop gems delivered with real energy.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Singer/songwriter Kristian Hoffman first emerged during the late '70s fronting the New York City cult favorite the Mumps, and was also an active figure in the No Wave, performing alongside the likes of Lydia Lunch and the Contortions. As a member of Bleaker St. Incident, he spearheaded the "anti-folk" movement, and later played in Kid Congo Powers' group Congo Norvell. By the '90s, Hoffman was finally performing regularly as a solo artist; in 1993, he issued his debut I Don't Love My Guru Anymore,...
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