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Album Review

On the strength of its single, "To Unleash the Horses Now," with its indie rock riffs and progression from rhythmic, folk-style narrative to squelching, fuzz-laden rant, Distance and Clime keeps up with Centro-Matic's succession of strong releases. Lines like "on the cusp of magnificence" and "no options left to lose" create a cyclical feel that winds down with a stubbornly grasped bit of distortion. The rest of the album isn't quite as radio-friendly, which isn't a bad thing. Centro-Matic holds on to its Texas-style alt-rock roots, but there are enough hooks here, and even a couple of velvety ballads, to keep new converts listening.


Formed: 1995 in Denton, TX

Genre: Alternative

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

A prolific, eclectic, alt-country band based in Denton, Texas, Centro-Matic began in 1995 as a side project for singer/songwriter and guitarist Will Johnson. Though Centro-Matic released a few singles that year, it wasn't until 1997 that the project began to resemble a full-fledged group. After recording the 23-song debut album Redo the Stacks at his friend Matt Pence's home studio, Johnson enlisted Pence as the band's drummer, along with cellist/violinist Scott Danbom and bassist Mark Hedman. The...
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