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Album Review

As everyone who listened to pop music in the 1980s and 1990s knows, the line between engagingly moody and off-puttingly mopey can be treacherously thin. But great bands (the Cure, My Bloody Valentine, Pink Floyd) have demonstrated that it's possible to negotiate that thin line brilliantly, and danged if these Los Angeles upstarts haven't proved, with this debut album, that it can still be done — and by first-timers, no less. Oslo's eponymous album opens strongly with the one-two punch of "The Stranger" and "My Soul," the latter a brilliant slab of 1980s Britpop that strongly evokes the middle-period Cure. On "Minutegun" they threaten to slide off into shoegazer bathos, but then catch themselves with "All-Terrain," a song that is no less gloomy but significantly more melodically arresting. Oslo pay tribute to Massive Attack on the dark and desultory "Systemic," after dramatically ramping things up to nearly midtempo on "Starlight." Soft without being sweet and intense without being loud, this is an impressive debut from a very young band that will be impossible to ignore if it continues refining its sound.

Customer Reviews

Rock at its best!

This album is awesome! It rarely leaves my cd player. Their sound is a mix of Coldplay and Pink Floyd. "My Soul" and "Minute Gun" are my personal favorites. But, the album as a whole is really solid. Each song has its own vibe and style, the album is very eclectic.

Awesome Music!

I went to see The Church a couple years ago at the Coach House in San Juan Capistrano California and I had no idea who the opening was. Oslo opened and they were amazing! I was completely blown away by them. I don't usually buy CD's at gigs buy I had to buy theirs. Same as with the other commenter, their album is on heavy rotation in my iPod. I hate to compare Oslo to other bands becuase they stand just fine on their own but if you're into Interpol you'd definitely like these guys.


Oslo is amazing. I got introduced to them by my best friend.. who is the daughter of one of the people in the band. Not only is each song wonderful, but the band is SO nice.. which makes a plus. Each song is unique and each is great. oslo is a must!


Formed: Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Oslo's kaleidoscopic space rock sound is created by Gabrial McNair (guitar), Mattia Borrani (vocals/guitar), and Kerry Wayne James (bass). McNair, who spent ten years touring and recording with No Doubt, formed the Los Angeles threesome in the early 2000s. Their self-titled debut album was issued on FKE in March 2005. Springtime shows with Psychedelic Furs frontman Richard Butler followed in 2006. In 2007, the band released the album The Rise and Fall of Love and Hate. After taking some time off...
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