Album Review: Suuns
    • FRIDAY, MARCH 08, 2013

    • Posted by: Stephen Cardone

    Look up Suuns on the internet right now and no Wikipedia page will be found. Instead Google takes you to their label, Secretly Canadian, the home of bands such as Animal Collective and Yeasayer. So if you were wondering what Suuns have done to exist rightly beside these two giants of experimental indie, I quickly point you to their newest release Images du Futur, an album whose name is even deliciously kraut in nature. Secretly Canadian proclaims that restraint is the defining element that makes Suuns great, and I see how that could be true. Here we have a record that first focuses on and subsequently moves away from from the band's previous Krautrock tendencies to something decidedly more arty in nature. The impressive bit about this visible evolution over the course of the record is the stripped-down and analog qualities that all of its songs possess.

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