album review: obits
  • TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 2011

  • Posted by: Matt Howard

Indie rock veterans, Obits continue to disregard mid-life crises with their latest release, and second full-length, Moody, Standard, and Poor. Rather than pulling a "Bowie" and camouflaging themselves in order to relate to progressive, musical ideals, they opt to reinforce their traditional meme. Their identity stems from their garage punk musical heritage. The product of disbanded groups like Pitchfork, Edsel, and Shortstack (to name a few), Obits makes another attempt at perfecting a musical movement that was established around sonic imperfection.

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