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“Tame the Sun” opens up the second album by Britain’s Male Bonding, sounding surprisingly — like various ‘90s indie bands run through a pop filter. But as Endless Now progresses, John Webb’s brighter guitar sound and the reverb sheen on his (and bass player Kevin Hendrick’s) vocals morph from a sweet froth on tracks like “Tame the Sun” and “Carrying” to a grittier foam topping off tunes like “Bones” and “What’s That Scene.” Fans of their debut can rest easy: any concerns of the trio going soft will be allayed as the listener makes their way through Endless Now. Male Bonding hasn’t softened so much as clarified: there is a purity of sound that allows their tunes resonate with more permanence. They cleanly layer ringing, melodic guitars with breakneck speeds and halcyon harmonies, and while there is not a surfeit of fuzz to be found, songs like “Mysteries Complete” have an astounding amount of stickiness while maintaining an aggressive, densely packed energy. Endless Now feels far from endless. On some plays, it’s just too short.

Customer Reviews

The Bonding Continues

This is a keeper.
Norm Z

Bit of a flashback

As someone that grew up in the 90's this sounds like a Sub Pop record. Maybe it was found behind some dusty old speaker.

F' in great album!

I've have to throw down with Norm and Barbara for this band, they're great! I've listened to this album over and over, it's this best I've heard all year. Check out their you tube vids posted by sub pop, if you have any doubts. To the guys: the sooner you all bond with Nathan and release your third album, the better. Good luck in the coming year. Also, I don't usually fall for drummers, but Robin is dead cute, and a hell of a drummer. But you guys already know this. So stay healthy and happy with all that you do…


Formed: Dalston, London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Male Bonding are a three-piece lo-fi indie rock band that formed in the London area of Dalston. Consisting of John Arthur Webb (guitar and vocals), Kevin Hendrick (bass and vocals), and Robin Silas Christian (drums), the band first appeared in the spring of 2008 performing live at a house party. The D.I.Y. nature of their debut gig summed up Male Bonding's approach to music, which first saw release through their own label, Paradise Vendors Inc., in the form of a split 7" with Pens. After appearing...
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