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Album Review: Male Bonding - Endless Now

Album Review: Male Bonding - Endless Now

Friday 2nd September, 2011 1:50PM

London based three-piece Male Bonding burst onto the music scene in 2010 with their critically adored, fuzz filled and kinetic debut Nothing Hurts. The album, bristling with angst, was comprised of an endearing set of static heavy, catchy punk tunes. Endless Now marks a significant departure from the Lo-fi production values of the early success of Nothing Hurts. The trendy fog of distorted vocals is no longer the dominating force. Endless Now serves up an album of cleaner, catchier choruses. Sure there was the odd line you could sift from the static and sing along to on Nothing Hurts but it was an album typical of the Lo-fi trend of the past few years. Instead of revealing a hollow lyrical core, Endless Now’s refined production brings Webb’s vocal prowess successfully to the attention of the listener.

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