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Album Review

This Is Animal Music sounds very much like the specific animal this Florida quintet have in mind is the bear, as in Seattle indie rockers Minus the Bear. Look Mexico have some serious Minus the Bear worship going on in their full-length debut, both in the songs themselves, with their similarly complex interwoven post-rock guitar parts and emo-tinged vocals, and in goofy song titles like "Dude, You Have a Bazooka" and "Me and My Dad Built Her." Less intrusive echoes of any number of other first-generation emo and math rock acts flit through This Is Animal Music, but overall, the young band are so unapologetic about their influences that it's difficult to fault them for the same. And at its best, like the genuinely catchy, country-ish pop-rocker "You Ever Get Punched in the Face for Talking Too Much?" and the equally tuneful "Not on My Watch," This Is Animal Music is just as good as Minus the Bear, and slightly less pretentious to boot. Fans of that band should definitely check out Look Mexico, but there's something here for other folks into the more cerebral side of post-emo indie rock as well.

Customer Reviews


Very good album

Like the experimentation

Every album they do has something different that I feel anyone can enjoy


Formed: 2004 in Tallahassee, FL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The humble beginnings of Tallahassee indie rock outfit Look Mexico can be traced to a chance meeting between Matt Agrella (vocals/guitar) and Dave Bumsted (guitar) at a Sea and Cake show held at Florida State University. They started writing songs, and in early 2004 decided to really get a band up and running together. Searching for members to round them out, they eventually hooked up with drummer Josh Mikel; Look Mexico booked their first show in October 2004 (playing with Karate, no less), even...
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