Album Review: Keepaway
    • WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 08, 2012

    • Posted by: Joe Puglisi

    Bubbly, aromatic riffs, giddy vocals, and the occasional foray into Foley-level beat creation makes Keepaway's Black Flute the strangest, somehow captivating sonic journey of the year so far. The band earned some buzz with the perfect catchy fusion of electronic goof and indie swagger on "Yellow Wings," which was on just about every CMJ 2010 mixtape, but maintaining that delicate balance of synthetic and organic is no easy task, let alone for an entire LP. Luckily, the matured Keepaway has found a more suitable level of quirk, slowed down their pace a bit, and do their noise really well on Black Flute.

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