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Logh
Every Time A Bell Rings An Angel Gets His Wings (Deep Elm Records)

By: Alex Steininger

Hard to pigeonhole, unlike the majority of bands on Deep Elm Records, Logh, and their debut, Every Time A Bell Rings An Angel Gets His Wings (originally released on Bad Tasted and re-released by Deep Elm), explore lo-fi sounds, experimental rock textures, and post-punk. They then choose to wrap it all up in an indie rock blanket. The songs on this album range and roam, making it hard to define or categorize, which is what the band seems most happy about. Still, despite the ability to characterize the songs, they're subtle intricacies and rock leanings both pair together to make an interesting listen. One that is as much compelling as it is gripping, making this a record you have to listen to a bunch to fully grasp, but, once you do, watch out. I'll give it a B.
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