Lab Partners - Review for Keep Quiet:
It is thus Keep Quiet and its good mood, with a "let's play in the field' tendency starting on the first track which veers discreetly towards grandiose pastel tones. The foursome from Dayton, Ohio nevertheless remain within the pop melodies and spheres distorted by use of the agitation of electricity.
A perfect example, It Don'tTake Much weaves an interminable ascent into the sky spashing all the magnificence that we have the right to expect on such an occasion. That is something to celebrate, dammit! It's all the excess the group deploys that, not only avoids the temptation of falling into a nameless soup, but also gives them this unreal savour/flavor.
The end of the EP stretches itself out in a slow, unremediable sonic track. In the mean time, Clover Eyelids enchants before yeilding the the finale. The ascension "It Don't Take Much" is achieved thus on the first offerings of paradise. Sold Your Soul, slow, very slow preparation for a final shoegaze that outdoes itself. Lovely/Beautiful...