Tuesday 25 

THE GO — Obviously these Detroit boys' record collection begins with the MC5 and ends with the Stooges. They certainly have that old Motor City, rock-scuzz sound down pat. Luckily they also write succinct, hook-filled songs (OK, so maybe they have a few Ramones' albums lying around too) that demonstrate a nascent personality that's all their own. While their approach may be rather doctrinaire, that hardly seems to matter when they rock with such primal authority. Echo Lounge (Robertson)

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Latest in Sound Menu

The Ultimate Doughnut Smackdown
The Ultimate Doughnut Smackdown

Search Events

  1. Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘E-MO-TION’ 3

    What happens when a pop star discovers nuance?
  2. Atlanta Record Store Day events 3

    Barbecue, beers, and beats all around the city
  3. Headliner’s revival 1

    Arrested Development co-founder speaks his peace after 20 years

Recent Comments

© 2016 Creative Loafing Atlanta
Powered by Foundation