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Album Review

If Little Spaces, the debut full-length by American Princes, is any indication, Little Rock indeed rocks — in an aggressive, indie style. Commencing with the soulful, Spoon meets Afghan Whigs feel of "I Want to Be Good," such aspirations yield scorchers like "Rock n Roll Singer" and "The Sun Never Sets," where jagged riffs and chaotic harmonies collide like a five-car pileup. Co-lead vocalists/guitarists David Slade and Collins Kilgore don't always slay, however, with "Man's World" sounding like a sluggish, atonal rant. They don't always shred, either, as the acoustic platform of "In the Dark" and the heartfelt, liquor-drenched "Providence, R.I." exhibit with stellar results. Simply put: a mostly kickass band. ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi


Formed: 2003 in Little Rock, AR

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

American Princes are an edgy but tuneful indie rock quintet whose angular guitar lines and anxiety-inflected vocals blend with hooky melodies and solid rhythms. American Princes are also a rare example of a band that moved away from the big city in pursuit of success; vocalist and rhythm guitarist David Slade, drummer Matt Quinn, and bassist John Beachford began working together while they were living in New York City, but the pressure and expense of life there made it hard to focus on their music....
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