Friday, September 01, 2006

Young Widows

Young Widows was brought to my attention after reading today's ap.net review of their upcoming release, Settle Down City. Born from the remnants of Louisville's Breather Resist, Young Widows digresses from BR's harder sound to that of more familiar indie-core bands such as These Arms Are Snakes. YW finds a nice medium between the two, calmer than their previous work but more raw and uninhibited than TAAS. Their sound's a bit too eerie at times, making it something I can't listen to over and over. Nevertheless, the music's great, original, and definetly worth checking out. Young Widows - The Charmers Listen to "Mirrorfucker", "Small Talk", and "Almost Deadbeat" here... Also, I haven't been able to find much new music lately that's worth writing about. Any recommendations? -Adrian [photosource: ryanrussell.net]

5 comments:

Tina said...

try IMA Robot
and CSS
and Giant Robot

Anonymous said...

How about Dave Doobinin, The Perishers (Sway is my favorite song- it's beautiful), The Elected, Eisley, Controller Controller, Scissors for Lefty?

Ben Trappey said...

The Protomen (http://www.myspace.com/theprotomen)...mind-blowing album

matt said...

The Black Keys kick ass.

Phillip M said...

yeah the protomen are cool, check them out