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Dial In Sounds

Brandtson

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Album Review

After a rocking debut and a more downtrodden sophomore outing, Brandtson's third disc (not counting 2000's Trying to Figure Each Other Out EP) shows the Cleveland group firmly in emo mode, yet managing to combine both of their former discs' moods into a single coherent idea that works more often than it doesn't. The band has never sounded tighter, and the crunchy, catchy songcraft of disc-opener "Mark It a Zero" and "Some Kind of Jet Pilot" offset the more pensive prose of "Command Q, Command Z" and "Little Rounder" nicely. Dial in Sounds is only lacking a truly killer song from making some mainstream noise. But the foursome is closer than it's ever been, and it's getting better every step they take. ~ Brian O'Neill, Rovi

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Cleveland emo quartet Brandtson was originally comprised of singer/guitarist Myk Porter, guitarist Matt Traxler, bassist John Sayre, and singer/drummer Jared Jolley. After appearing on Steadfast Records' Radiowaves and Gibberish various-artists compilation in 1997, the group signed with Deep Elm, contributing to the label samplers Records for the Working Class and A Million Miles Away: Emo Diaries, Vol. 2 before closing out 1998 with their debut full-length, Letterbox. The second Brandtson LP, Fallen...
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