With a name like Cassette
this has to be lo-fi bedroom pop...right? Think again. This veritably un-searchable indie rock quantity, evidently based in Austin, Tejas, exuded far more studio finesse than I expected going into this one, and to everyone's benefit this ep's half a dozen tunes were worth laboring over. Sure, Cassette sport tuneful bona fides, but more discernibly there's a real technical proficiency at play here, recalling this quartet's inspirational antecedents No Knife, The Jealous Sound, and even Clairty
-era Jimmy Eat World. Moreover, they pull off mildly downcast and contemplative motifs without resorting to anything too heavy handed or maudlin enough to dodge most, if any, dreaded "emo" accusations. This is one blind purchase that turned out to be an unexpected delight.
01. Oak & Tunnel
02. New Southern Economy
03. The Anchor
04. Real Live Animals
05. Waking World
06. Every Last Tall Building
Hi there. Can you post up Honcho Overload – Pour Another Drink (1994) please?
really enjoyed this one. There's a charmingly indie pop band also called cassette from new zealand. They had some really good songs,
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