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CMJ Network

On their first full-length Exile Baby, Brooklyn's Cinema, Cinema have created a musical melting pot full of sonic soundscapes, avant pop and good old-fashioned rock songs. After two EP's with earlier incarnations of the band, singer/ guitarist Ev Gold has reformed the outfit into a pounding two-piece that allowed him the space and creativity to record the epic album he was striving for on the previous efforts. The addition of drummer Paul Claro, who sounds like he is doing drum rolls with eight arms, has shown to be the perfect time keeper for Gold to attack his guitar riffs and effects pedals the way that Jackson Pollock would attack his canvas. The album kicks of with "Shiner No.1," an atmospheric journey into the art of sound, followed by a minute-long haunting instrumental that serves as the true foundation for the LP. Often times it's hard for a band to take the raw power and intensity of their live gigs and translate that in the studio, but tracks like "The Desperate Acts," "Drydive" and "I Don't Wanna Be Yr Boyfriend" show this was not even close to an issue. Each song is filled to the brim with floor-trembling drums, sleazy guitars and gut-wrenching vocals that garner fist-pumping status. Gold's intellectual lyrics are often overshadowed by the crunching music that is being played along with them, but that's what makes the songs what they really are, just beautiful poetry paired with soul drenching music. The album's overall vibe is very dingy and dark, like a back alley in New York City in the early '70s, but the band also creates elegant rock numbers that teeter on '50s r&b, funk and a pinch of '80s rock ballads. In the eerily gorgeous "Still/Life," Gold sings of a "man who's lost his love" with such heartbreak and conviction, you can understand why the album took on the dark undertones in which it did. By Tom Duffy / CMJ

Solid Solid

This is a nice tasty treat!! These guys put on a killer live set...get on it before your friend does.

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