album review: harper blynn
    • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2010

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    Harper Blynn bring a prickly sense of depth to their self titled debut EP, a likeable familiarity married with a penchant for heart-coated sleeves. Formed over four years of DIY work ethic, in an often disheartening music landscape in New York City, the band (or previously, pieces of it) has worked to build their chops in writing the kind of jangly guitar pop that the LES is known for spewing in excess, albeit with a bit more memorable hooks to boast about. Thus their EP fits neatly into an unknown indie playlist, while maintaining its promise for eventual radio play. Harper Blynn may occasionally skew cheesy with their lines, but like our sappiest moments in real life, you can't help but smile a little at their sincerity.

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