The Miami Dolphins: Becky (FPE, 2014)

July 27, 2014 at 5:36 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

The Miami Dolphins: Becky

The Miami Dolphins: Becky

Spazzy art-punk/noise-rock with female vocals, a la Melt-Banana. Instead of being as screechy/screamy, the singer here seems a bit more ethereal, and some of the songs here seem a little more straightforward and melodic. Lyrics are hard to understand, and hard to read in the lyric booklet, but they’re clean. “Dandelion” is a pretty good 48-second summation of what this band does, with super-spazzy drumming, noisy guitars, and alternately screaming and pretty vocals. Also, beware the hidden track at the end of closing track “Citrus”, which is surprisingly a pleasant, brief guitar/bass instrumental.

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