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The Moore Brothers

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Amazing Grease

The Moore Brothers simmer their stew slowly, and if you’re willing to wait, you’re in for a hearty experience. Tracks like “Nicholas Pulse” and “Moleslica” seem to slowly trot along, winding a somewhat unwieldy melody around a set of seemingly unrelated musical segments. The Moore Brothers (Thom and Greg, to be exact, with Andrew Borger on drums and Jon Erickson on bass) don’t go out of their way to be eccentric or innovative in their instrumentation, short of using piano here and there amidst the guitars/bass/drums, but nonetheless, their musical output seems to linger on, echoing in your mind like lost memories and making the whole place smell like Grandma’s house. Gentle and haunting…

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