Margot & The Nuclear So and So’s

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:: Larimer Lounge :: May 15 ::

Margot & The Nuclear So and So’s

Rot Gut, Domestic

Mariel Recording Company

4.5 out of 5 stars

Since shedding their only female member a few years back, Margot & The Nuclear So and So’s have taken on a darker, fuzzier façade, and with Rot Gut, Domestic they have truly found the balance between indie rawness and guitar-centric rock — a balance that they call “panic pop.”

Singer/songwriter Richard Edwards wrote the album in less than a month,  right after the band wrapped up their tour for their previous release Buzzard. Like past releases, the album is a view right into the notebook of a deeply introspective thinker, but Edwards isn’t one to lay his problems on listeners, and even the most personal tracks come off like laughable stories told to a shrink.

It’s magical and powerful, once again.         — BFJ

 

:: Larimer Lounge :: May 15 ::

 

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