New pornographers review
Though the newest New Pornographer record, In the Morse Code of Brake Lights , is nowhere near the sharpest record the North American power-poppers have put out, it continues their eight-album hot-streak for records that are impossible to sit still for. Unsurprisingly, the major focus at the Roseland was on Morse Code. All but four songs from the album were brought out, and when made flesh, each of them sounded noticeably sharper and far more compelling than the studio version. Between songs, Case and Newman chatted with each other and the audience. Watching the band take songs that sound forgettable on record and make them sound integral live is always a treat, and watching The New Pornographers do so this deftly helps one realign their thinking of the band. Goons ends up feeling like an interesting best-case scenario for a band becoming more acce….
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The New Pornographers Photo: supplied. Related: Neko Case, on finding beauty in destruction. It helps though, that the band he has playing those songs is made up of some truly great musicians. Case is a powerhouse vocalist whose voice instantly lends depth to any arrangement she's a part of. Keyboardist Kathryn Calder has moved more to the fore on recent New Pornographers releases and can hold her own against Case and Newman as a singer.
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Almost 10 years ago, The New Pornographers, the band behind one of the best recorded catalogs of the s, released its least enjoyable album, Together. A decade later, The New Pornographers are back on an upward trajectory as the s come to a close. In a way, it seems like their catalog is repeating itself. Recurring themes include war, collapse, break-ins, brewing storms and travels fraught with peril. So you stay in the lines, navigate the land mines Should have gone for the guided tour.
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