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The Dust of Retreat

Margot & The Nuclear So and So's

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don't call it "scarf rock"...

One part rock, one part folk, incredible storytelling, lots of whisky and cigarettes, and the sensibility of a band not from "naptown"..... Acoustic and electric guitars, bass, drums... yes, they are there. Throw in Fender Rhodes and other keys, a trupmet, a cello, and various and sundry percussion, too? Margot is 8 pieces that mesh seamlessly. And while you can clearly hear each piece as it makes its presence known, there is no possible way you can imagine any fewer instruments. This combination works. From the chaos created in Barfight Revolution, Power Violence to the sweet story in A Light On a Hill, you can't help but take this ride, and savor each moment you find yourself enraptured in. I first heard Vampires, and knew I had to know more. I hungered for more of this sound..... this, what was it? Indie rock? well, maybe. It was poppy, but not drivel. And then I listened more. It was beautiful. At times soft and vunerable. And others brash and explosive. I was drawn in. And do I seriously hear 47 "meows" in Paper Kitten Nightmare? Yes, I do, and its charming and silly, and yet, the trumpet is so sexy and baudy. This, my friends, is a sound all its own. It is rock-n-roll, and yet, the arrangements are complex and layered without fighting themselves. And then there are the lyrics, the musings of a young man with movies in his head, and these words are a glimpse into that world... dark, yet hopeful. Moving, real, and in your face. If you don't buy this album, you are doing yourself a disservice. Get one for yourself, and one for your best friend, and one for that lady that makes you brownies... Solidify your reputation as a hipster, and fall in love with Margot's sound. Just don't call it "scarf rock".

Simply Spectacular

Odds are, M&tNSS’s are the best band you’re not listening to. It takes about 30 seconds of “Skeleton Key” to make you a fan. Meaning no offense to the rest of the band, I have to say that Richard Edwards’ lyrics are a huge part of what keeps me listening over and over again. They demand the listener’s attention to every word he sings. There is emotion and character in each syllable and underneath every story he tells. His vocals are simply stunning and it all makes a fan wonder where the inspiration comes from. The rest of the band—7 other members—include an impressive amount of instruments from Emily Watkins’ keyboard and subtle vocals to a cellist (Jesse Lee), a trumpet player (Hubert Glover), as well as two guitars (Edwards and Andy Fry), a bassist (Tyler Watkins), and two percussionists (Chris Fry on drums and Casey Tennis). Sound like a lot? The Margot Sound is anything but overpowering; the band works together on an incredible level of mutual recognition and talent. There are ups and downs to the record (far more of the former than the latter) and the band exemplifies many different techniques throughout; they pull it all off with grace. The highlight of the whole album is “Skeleton Key”, a heartbreaking song that begs for a clap-along in the middle. The whole album is the kind of record that sends you to a completely different time and space than your own. Hopefully more people sit up and pay attention to this remarkable band.

So surprised

I heard a song on the TV Show "BONES" that was so haunting and engaging I just had to look up the band. I was just going to get the one song "A Light On the Hill", but sampled the rest--WOW! Such a rare find of originality in this day and age, when everything's already been done a thousand times over. Buy this gem.

Biografía

Fecha de formación: Indianapolis, IN, 2004

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

The dreamy, bittersweet music of Margot & the Nuclear So and So's is primarily the work of singer/songwriter Richard Edwards, who formed the indie rock collective in his native Indianapolis. Named after the Margot Tenenbaum character in Wes Anderson's sophisticated comedy The Royal Tenenbaums, the band took root in 2004, when Edwards decided to flesh out his scenic chamber pop sound with help from guitarist Andy Fry,...
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