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Exponential Improvement from New England Fuzz Rockers

Forget everything you thought you knew about Thrushes. Remember the slow, sometimes self-indulgent jams of their debut, Sun Come Undone? Of course you don't, or you won't after hearing this gem. The tempos never get as slow, the tone never gets as depressing, and the structures never get as empty as they used to; most importantly, the band finally sounds like a unit. If you follow these guys and gals, you'll know "Trees" has changed alot, for the better. The tom work in the chorus is one of Matt's shining moments. "Crystals" is a lovely take on that "California sound" all of the indie bands are doing these days. "As Much to Lose" recalls the last album's "Heartbeats" but it almost sounds like it could be the soundtrack for a western film (as most of the record does); that idea is best represented in the closing number. "Weather Vane" sounds like it could have been a Stray Cats outtake, and it plays out like pure sonic hedonism. Oh, and listen for the playful touches on percussion all over, like chimes and xylophone. As a whole, Thrushes have grown lighter, more confident, and bolder in all of the right ways. Hats off to them, and all of the best wishes for what should be a budding career.

New England Fuzz Rockers sound great on this record….

… Unfortunately, for you, Baltimore is about a 6 hour drive from New England…. Research is a really cool thing …. This band is great, really good stuff…. Baltimore's finest!!!


Formed: Baltimore, MD

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

A noise pop quartet from Baltimore that owes its heavily reverbed sound to the Jesus and Mary Chain and the Swirlies, Thrushes are a four-piece consisting of vocalist/guitarist Anna Conner, guitarist/vocalist Casey Harvey, drummer Matt Davis, and bassist Rachel Tracy. Having had previous activity in the Baltimore music scene in the mid-'90s, Harvey and Tracy teamed...
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