All The Apparatus

All The Apparatus

All The Apparatus

All The Apparatus

Faultvo

Look, maybe some people like Gogol Bordello, maybe some people have a nostalgic fondness for marching bands, maybe some people don’t mind irrational exuberance, maybe some people are still nostalgic for the Go Team, Dan Deacon, or even the naïve wonder of childhood that you only sense as an adult. But goddamn, it ain’t my bag. All The Apparatus channel Second Line and beer-hall waltzes through an indie rock prism and a steadfastly optimistic worldview that would give self-help gurus some pause. Seize-the-day whoops, exotic instrumentation, and a rough’n’ready gypsy/pep-squad vibe looms large. “THUMBS UP!” this album shouts. “GODDAMNIT! LIFE IS GOOD! THUMBS UP!” Make it stop…

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