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York Blvd.


Slow moody beauty. The first song touches upon some slowcore indie ramble, kinda like Dean Wareham singing Whiskeytown songs with Low playing along. Not all the songs swirl downtempo like that, as they start rocking out in the second song, thick and heavy, but still holding on to that hint of desert night. Acetone move steadily and full of certainty through their songs, alongside bands like the Willard Grant Conspiracy, American Music Club, and maybe you get the idea. American lullabies with electric guitar.

Vapor Records, 3300 Warner Blvd., Burbank, CA 91505

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