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Kenneth McMurtrie

Kenneth McMurtrie

Album Review : Ten Kens - For Posterity

Following a couple of personnel changes within their ranks Toronto noiseniks Ten Kens locked themselves away from the world for a number of months to gestate this, For Posterity, their second album, and boy does it sound like it. Loud is definitely the word of the hour here whilst the sense of the frustration born of too much time in each others' company is palpable throughout, so clearly they fed off the self-imposed studio confinement.

Album Review : The Super Vacations - Thicker Milk

Being let down following the big build up of a band's new release seems to be an occurrence of increasing frequency these days. The Super Vacations, unfortunately for them, do nothing to reverse that trend. In the year that old hands The Coral come up with a career defining album, anyone else trading in anything even vaguely resembling Sixties psych, or garage at the lighter end of the scale, has a tough job on their hands already - but even without that benchmark being set these guys were never onto a winner.

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