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Album Review

Unhistories is the type of album that's easier to appreciate than to actually enjoy — it's easy to admire Singer's ability to deconstruct rock music to a pulp, with atonal shards, off-time pentatonic scales, and disjointed clashing strums. Barely holding everything together is a winding falsetto harmony line veering in and out of the dissonance. There's a certain charm to loose music, as when the bass player locks in on a guitar part and the drummer is doing his own thing, fluttering off time, while the other guitarist noodles away in a completely different world. Because the members of the band have proven track records in their endeavors, prior fans will probably defend the merit of this record faithfully. Call it no wave, call it freak funk, call it avant-garde brilliance; people who respect bands merely for their artistic sensibilities and originality will find a lot to like in Singer.

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This is a band I've never heard of, and boy do they sound good! My favorite song is "Please, Tell the Justices We're Fine."


Formed: Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

More concerned with bringing originality back to rock than crafting hooks, Chicago indie rockers Singer create music that is nearly as unorthodox as their moniker. In their songs, lyrics are fragmented and disconnected, and the structures are unconventional ones that meander around rhythms and never quite build to melodies or noticeable choruses. Even though the instrumentation of the band is traditional (bass, guitars, drums, and the occasional Rhodes part), the primary focal point in their music...
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