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Subtle Brilliance

For me, one of the most under-rated bands in the industry today. They have the perfect blend of melody and all out rock!

Understated

Must agree with a previous reviewer,they are so under-rated & do not get any radio play,which i have never understood as they do produce really good tuneful rock.
This still has that rock sound but somehow you feel they smoothed those sharp corners,you're left with strong melodies & an album with a sense of drama about it.

Dramatic & even a bit romantic,The Toxic really soar on this one.

Worth the wait

Great album yet again. Can't help wondering though how many sales they have lost out on because of the ridiculous delay in releasing it over here.

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Los Feliz, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed by novelist Mikel Jollett during a tumultuous period in his life, the Airborne Toxic Event (named after a section in American author Don DeLillo's novel White Noise) combine literate indie rock with real literary cred. Formed in 2006, the group initially took shape as a Los Angeles-based duo, with Jollett and drummer Daren Taylor serving as the only members. A roster expansion was eventually needed; as a result, classically trained violinist Anna Bulbrook was brought in to play viola and keyboards,...
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