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The easiest way to describe an all but unknown band is to invoke the name of a slightly less obscure artist. In the case of Portland quartet Mise en Abyme, the closest point of comparison are San Francisco noise-rockers Deerhoof, but even then, the differences threaten to outweigh the points of similarity. Like most of Deerhoof's records, there are passages of needley, near-atonality on Jesquibel, which alternate with moments of relative tranquility. However, on this album, the calm moments are often downright pretty in a way that Deerhoof never quite are; the latter can't de-skronkify themselves enough to achieve that. "Norm," despite its glitchy, cut-up beats and the percussive use of signal decay, features guitar and keyboard lines almost Eno-like in their serenity, and the 90-second reprise of opening track "Reaching" is just plain pretty. And even the noisiest stuff here has a certain level of calm and delicacy, as if the band doesn't want to disturb the neighbors. That sense of tension between peace and chaos is more effectively explored on Jesquibel than on many similar records, because neither extreme overwhelms the album as a whole.

Jesquibel, Mise en Abyme
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