Now on 180 gram vinyl! Minus The Bear's third album showed progress from its predecessor with the band taking more risks. It's melodic and forward thinking, filled with traces of prog and pop. Electronics pop up on "Knights," while things take a psychedelic turn on "Throwin' Shapes." "Ice Monster" and "When We Escape" are more spacey affairs, filled with layers of guitars and unconventional rhythms. It's a strong and hypnotic effort from the Seattle band.
- 180 gram vinyl pressing
- music label: Suicide Squeeze 2007 / 2014
reviewed by Le Haim 11/2014
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