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Album Review

Despite being recorded over a four-year period, Shimmering Lights doesn’t have the dragged-out feel of a belabored album. Like a poppier version of Tokyo Police Club, Meligrove Band specialize in the sort of zippy, quirky indie rock that rarely slows down, and the band’s fourth album manages to squeeze ten songs into the space of a half hour. The songs themselves are filled with the familiar trimmings of 21st century indie rock — half-sung/half-shouted vocals, frenetic single-line guitar riffs, keyboards, and a balance between melody and good-natured noise — and Shimmering Lights winds up being a tuneful example of by-the-book indie songwriting.

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Race... the shimmering blend of rock, pop, electronica and awesomeness that is this album!


Formed: 1997 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Landing somewhere between the power pop of fellow Canadians Sloan and the piano-led rock of Ben Folds, the Meligrove Band were assembled in Ontario in 1997 by high-school students Jason Nunes (vocals, guitar, piano), Michael Small (bass), Rick Gomes (drums), and Darcy Rego (who later switched from guitar to drums after the departure of Gomes in 2001). The band's first album, Stars & Guitars, was released through Ductape Records in 2000, followed by the erratic Let It Grow in 2002. Later that year,...
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