Album Review: Deep Time
  • THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 2012

  • Posted by: Andrew Gruttadaro

In 2010, the Austin-based duo Yellow Fever released their debut album, a charming post-punk effort focused on minimalism, like a low-calorie White Stripes. After the album picked up some traction, the band was sued by another band claiming that they owned the name Yellow Fever. The duo -- consisting of Jennifer Moore and Adam Jones -- are now back under the name Deep Time, and they've changed a lot more than that. Deep Time trades in Yellow Fever's pleasant simplicity for abstract complexity, punk's structures for jazz's, and the results are staggering. Getting sued might have been a good thing -- it may have helped Moore and Jones realize that it takes a lot of hard work to stand out in the overcrowded music landscape of today.

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