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Novillero frontman Rod Slaughter moves past the mod minimalism of his previous band Duotang with Aim Right for the Holes in Their Lives. Embracing power pop harmonies, sunshine pop horn arrangements, and Krautrock-inspired synths, this near-perfect debut is most firmly aligned with fellow Vancouver pop dynamos and Mint labelmates the New Pornographers, sharing their knack for whip-smart melodies and ingratiating choruses. Aim Right for the Holes in Their Lives is a classicist pop record in every sense, recalling the halcyon days of AM radio — virtually every song sounds like a forgotten hit from 1975, extolling virtues like buoyancy and grandeur as though they never went out of style.

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Influenced by such classic mod rock groups as the Who and the Kinks, Canadian band Novillero play their own brand of guitar- and keyboard-driven melodic pop. Formed in 1999, the Winnipeg quartet released its debut album, The Brindleford Follies, on Endearing Records before calling it quits in 2002. A year later the band re-formed, ultimately losing original member Rusty Matyas to his other band, the Waking Eyes. Eventually featuring the talents of vocalist/keyboardist Rod Slaughter, guitarist Sean...
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