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Album Review

If Exene Cervenka hooked up with the Jesus and Mary Chain, they all got wrecked on cheap malt liquor, and they jammed together for a few hours, you might get something that closely resembles Space and Time, the second LP from Miss Alex White & the Red Orchestra. White's gale-force vocals strike the same balance between the passionate and the precarious as X's frontwoman, and while the Red Orchestra (featuring former members of Detroit slop-punk mavens the Clone Defects) may lack the polish and willful pose of the Reid Brothers, their fondness for noisy guitar solos, feedback and pounding drums puts them in a similar league. While Space and Time is loud and raunchy as all get out, it also generates a real sense of drama, and the songs are more than just an excuse for these folks to make noise; "Lips and Crime" and "Poison Arrow" are potent descents into the sonic void, the title cut is a rollicking celebration of White's significant other, "I Dig History" shows these folks can sink a pop hook into this stuff when they feel like it, and "Squeaky Clean" brings this show to a close with gloriously noisy finality. White and her band may keep things simple on this album, but they connect with both muscle and musical street smarts, and the result is a wild and sweaty good time preserved for the ages. Fine stuff.


Genre: Alternative

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Chicago garage rock spitfire Miss Alex White was born and raised in the Windy City's north side, where according to Bob Mehr's profile in the July 15, 2005, Chicago Reader she grew up on a steady diet of Velvet Underground and Modern Lovers records. By 13, she was singing and playing guitar in the Psychotic Sensations, soon after forming the Red Lights with drummer and longtime friend Alisa Dymarets. By late 2002 their partnership began splintering, with Chin Up Chin Up bassist Chris Saathoff often...
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