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If your impressions of Jon McClure’s Reverend and the Makers are based on 2007’s radio-conquering hit "Heavyweight Champion Of The World", then the 23 minutes of spaced-out electronica on "Mirrors (Overproof Dub)" will come as a serious shock. The influences here are many and entirely intoxicating: trippy opening track "Amsterdam", for example, sounds like The Beatles post-Rishikesh and is followed by "Black Window", which moves from baggie rave-indie into fuzzy guitar squall. Elsewhere, “Blue" and "Mr Glassalfempty" show off the depth of the Rev's melodic arsenal.


Formed: 2005 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, Engla

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Fusing indie rock melodies and attitudes with dance rhythms and electronic surfaces, Reverend & the Makers were formed by vocalist and songwriter Jon McClure, who at the age of 25 was already a fixture on the music scene in Sheffield, England. Previously a member of the short-lived bands Judan Suki and 1984, McClure had a reputation in Sheffield as both a songwriter and a poet, and became something of a mentor to Alex Turner, who would become an overnight sensation as the leader of the group Arctic...
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Mirrors, Reverend and the Makers
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  • $6.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock
  • Released: Oct 09, 2015

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