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The Lucksmiths can seemingly churn out great indie pop with all the effort of turning on their amps. Every record they have done has been textbook from the tender vocals, introspective but not soppy lyrics, easygoing blend of acoustic and electric guitars, to the subtle yet striking arrangements and simple production. If you are expecting the next line to say something like here's where the line ends, you will be disappointed. Their seventh release for indie pop stalwarts Matinee Recordings is as fine an artifact as they have yet produced. Title track "The Chapter in Your Life Entitled San Francisco" is a heart-broken ballad the likes of which David Gedge wishes he could still produce, all jangling guitars and wistfulness; it is one of their best. "The Winter Proper and "Young and Dumb" don't fall too far behind. Their cover of the Bee Gees' "I Started a Joke" is less effective because the original is so perfect — there isn't really much to be done with it. The Lucksmiths drain all the drama out, adding resignation in place of the Gibb's majestic wail and while it works well enough, another original number would have worked even better. Still, this EP is another example of indie pop at its best proving once again that you just can't go wrong with the Lucksmiths.

Biography

Formed: Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Australian indie pop trio the Lucksmiths teamed singer/percussionist Tali White, guitarist Marty Donald, and bassist Mark Monnone, longtime school friends who initially bonded over their mutual admiration for the Smiths. After going their separate ways to attend university and travel, the threesome reconvened in their native Melbourne in early 1993, playing their debut gig that April opening for the Sugargliders. The Lucksmiths' debut tape was soon released, and in 1994 the group resurfaced with...
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