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Album Review

The farewell release from A Minor Forest, So, Were They in Some Sort of Fight? compiles B-sides, compilation tracks, other rarities, and unreleased material from throughout the band's career over the course of two nearly full compact discs. The sheer length makes it a bit of a daunting listen, particularly knowing that this sort of material rarely produces a consistent listen. And the collection is erratic: some of the experiments simply don't work, while others drag on too long or are poorly recorded. But sandwiched in between are songs ("pieces" might be a better word in some cases) that rank with the best of the group's output; so, for fans, this is definitely worth exploring, especially since — unfortunately — there won't be any more material forthcoming.


Formed: 1992 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Indie Rock

Years Active: '90s

Math-rock trio A Minor Forest formed in San Francisco in 1992, and comprised guitarist/vocalist Erik Hoversten, bassist John Trevor Benson and drummer Andee Connors. Forging a noisy, melancholy sound closer in spirit to midwestern post-rock than the dominant punk aesthetic of the Bay Area, the band struggled to build a local following, and when an offer to record an LP finally arrived, it came courtesy of Chicago-based Thrill Jockey. Recorded by Steve Albini, A Minor Forest's debut LP Flemish Altruism...
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