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Album Review

2005's Language Lessons EP is more sweet indie pop from indie pop icon Amelia Fletcher and her Tender Trap cohorts. It is their first release in almost four years, and not much has changed musically. The first three tracks are typically light and breezy guitar-bass-drums pop with Fletcher's still perfect, cute but real vocals over the top with "Talking Backwards" the clear standout. The fourth song, "¿Como Tellamas?," successfully brings in some cheesy synths, a new wave beat, and Lupe Nunez-Fernandez (of labelmates Pipas) on vocals. Amelia Fletcher has never made a record anything less than wonderful and this is no exception.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

With Amelia Fletcher's bands, personnel changes always require brand new names: Heavenly was basically just Talulah Gosh with a new keyboard player, and when DJ Downfall replaced the late Mathew Fletcher on drums, the group took the new handle Marine Research. Similarly, Tender Trap was simply Marine Research after attrition: guitarist Peter Momtchiloff needed to attend to his day job as the philosophy editor at Oxford University Press; while keyboardist Cathy Rogers was off in America, hosting the...
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