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Math and Physics Club are five very sweet and gentle kids from Seattle playing indie pop the likes of which would have sounded right at home on a Rough Trade Indiepop collection. Equally influenced by the lovelorn sounds of Sarah Records bands like Brighter and the laid-back romanticism of Aussie bands like the Lucksmiths and the Go-Betweens, the band's first EP is a four-track gem that manages to escape any charges of imitation by delivering very strong songs loaded with tender emotion and easygoing charm. The band plays it very straight throughout, with loads of jangle and some lovely violin from Saundrah Humphrey. The only downside to the record (and band) is vocalist Charles Bert's tendency to lapse into Morrissey territory from time to time. Still, Weekends Away is a very nice debut from a very nice band, and nice isn't a bad thing to be.


Formed: Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Math and Physics Club are an indie pop group that formed in Seattle in 2004, when guitarist James Werle and vocalist Charles Bert, who had been collaborating on various recordings up until that point, started working with drummer Kevin Emerson, violinist Saundrah Humphrey, and bassist Ethan Jones. Sounding something like a cross between the Smiths, the Field Mice, and Belle and Sebastian, MAPC were snapped up by Matinée by the end of the year. Their debut EP on that label, Weekends Away, came out...
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