Wednesday, April 10, 2013

REVIEW: Edible Arrangements S/T cassette (Comfortable On A Tightrope)

Brighton, UK's Edible Arrangements make the garage rock equivalent of modern minimalist music.  Their self-titled tape debut is a collection of two-chord lo-fi meditations.  The band's homemade sound delivers songs typical of a band of care-free young hipsters, but also is used a platform for more introspective, "heavier" messages. With track titles like "Secondhand shirt that you live in," "Teenage Quiche," "Dark Water" and "Secret Ceremony" it'd be hard to tell at first glance what this band is all about.  However you label it, the group's arrangements are interesting, engaging and...I guess...yummy?  Get it here.

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