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Although recorded in late 2008, Gorilla Manor wasn’t released until 14 months later, allowing Local Natives the chance to build a strong blog buzz before their debut hit American shores. The delay wasn’t entirely beneficial, however, as Gorilla Manor sounds quite similar to a number of albums that flourished in the interim. Local Natives’ sunny harmonies call to mind Fleet Foxes’ debut and Grizzly Bear’s Veckatimest, while the band’s polyphonic hand percussion — which, at its most frenzied, is almost tribal sounding — evokes memories of Yeasayer’s All Hour Cymbals. For all its familiarity, though, Local Natives’ first album is still an enjoyable piece of work, filled with enough pop melodies and multi-cultural quirks to make the year-long holdup fairly worthwhile. The band pitches itself somewhere between the post-punk camp and Afro-beat village, with the musicians often yelping their verses in multi-part harmony before barreling into Technicolor choruses. Matt Frazier’s percussion is sharp, crisp, and always in the foreground, often assuming as much importance as the vocals themselves, while the album’s production — courtesy of the bandmates themselves, along with fellow Silver Lake resident Raymond Richards — stretches a layer of pan-ethnic atmosphere over all 12 tracks, a move that bridges any gaps in the young group's songwriting. Local Natives may have arrived several months late for their own party, but Gorilla Manor is a refreshing example of good quality trumping bad timing.

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so much loooooove

Ever since I first listened to their album, this band immediately became my all time favourite! I love this album soooo much! I've seen them live 3 times and they are amazing!! I've also been lucky enough to meet them in person and I can tell you that they are such nice, lovely, down to earth people. I can't wait for them to release their 2nd album, but most of all, I'm really impatient to see them live again!! <3

Biographie

Formé(s) : 2008 à Silver Lake, CA

Genre : Alternative

Années d’activité : '00s, '10s

Formés à Los Angeles en 2008, les Local Natives livrent une version très éclectique de l'indie rock américain, mâtiné d'un large éventail d'influences et basé sur un tissu d'harmonies vocales et une forte cohésion entre intervenants. Un premier album voit...
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Gorilla Manor (Special Edition), Local Natives
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