Library Voices – Summer Of Lust (CD review)

Posted: November 11, 2011 in music reviews
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Another great Canadian band that I found via greencouchsessions.ca. And I’m very glad I did. Regina’s Library Voices’ latest long play really ticks all the boxes fro me. It’s always exciting for me to hear a band for the first time and instantly be drawn to their music. It’s the one of the best things about being a fan of music and new music in particular. Released in August of 2011, this album is filled with danceable, sing-a-long Indie pop with smart lyrics. And they’re not afraid of some well placed hand claps either! Dynamic song writing, catchy grooves and the little details give this release a very cohesive sound that holds up through repeated listening. Definitely worth checking out. I can’t get enough of their single “Generation Handclap”.

…by Sandy Gritt

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