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When the bluesy rock of “In Case You Forget” opens up Clear Plastic Masks' debut album, there’s a delicious moment of recognition and discovery at the same time. The foursome’s move from Brooklyn (what kind of musician leaves Brooklyn?) to Nashville tells you a lot, as does the fact that Alabama Shakes producer Andrija Tokic is at the controls on Being There. CPM fall neatly between the distorted swagger of The Black Keys and the good-time Southern rock 'n' roll of Kings of Leon, and a large handful of tunes here are more than worthy of any decent dive bar’s jukebox. The serpentine “So Real,” the soulful reboot of the ‘60s soul single “Outcast,” and the crusty bass and grimy keys of “Pegasus in Blue” all provide perfect soundtracks to hot nights spent swilling cold beer. Vocalist Andy Katz has a voice meant for one thing, and that’s sharing pent-up pain and frustration. On the blistering ballad “Baby Come On,” Katz sounds like he might bust a vocal cord in the crescendo, and the fireburst of guitar work throws off sparks of a whole new kind of incendiary blues notes.

Customer Reviews

Rock n' Roll with a base of Blues

Great album, all the musicians are very talented. If you like old school Rock n' Roll with some blues then you found the band. Reminds me of Cream.

CPM (Clearly Perfect Music)

Rich, real, and soulful. Listen to “Baby Come On.” It’s all gravy from there.

Righteous, weird rocking soul music.

Fantastic record in the vein of great records from the late 60s. Great new band.

Being There, Clear Plastic Masks
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: May 27, 2014

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