FILL UP THE ROOM plus another great vinyl!

By , June 4, 2011 6:07 pm


The ever-prolific Saturday Looks Good to Me return, and it appears that leader and mainstay Fred Thomas is a step closer to perfecting his giddy, infectious pop formula. Fill up the Room’s sonic template sees a conscious shift away from the previous “bedroom Phil Spector” tag, and into straightforward American indie; guitars chime, the drums punch, and when a saxophone or string quartet shows up, it seems tasteful, not excessive. Likewise, Thomas’s growing confidence in his own voice means tha

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What Is Free to a Good Home

A companion piece to Knives Don’t Have Your Back, this EP consists of five new songs and a remix. The mellow trumpets opening “Rowboat” signify that this is not the detached new-wave-inspired rock of Metric or the sprawling experimentation of Broken Social Scene. The album is largely Haines at a piano singing, with varied (but subtle) accompaniment. This is welcome, given her clever platitudes, enthralling voice, and sheer songwriting ability. As with Knives, the album art is an homage one of he

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