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Upper Class Complexity

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Bruce
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Molly
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Until The Night Was Done
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This City
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Total Tracks: 4   Total Length: 17:57

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Jayson Greene

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Jayson Greene is Managing Editor at Wondering Sound and a contributing editor and columnist at Pitchfork. His writing has also appeared in GQ, the Village Voice...more »

04.10.12
Taut, sparking post-punk from Brooklyn-by-way-of-Iran
2012 | Label: eMusic Selects

Koory, Looloosh and Obaash met and formed the way of young rock bands since time immemorial: Hanging out at a local park as teenagers, among skaters and punk rockers, they bonded over their mutual tastes and began playing together. It’s a pretty standard, unremarkable story — except it took place in Iran, where, as Koory puts it, “you can find instruments, but the problem is that you’re probably going to get the shittiest ones, at… read more »

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The Yellow Dogs

smoke2much

Got this on emusic about a year ago. Still on my playlist. RIP guys, loved your music :-(

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average

carldd

average, derivative and baffling in re how it earned Editors Pick rating

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Yellow Dogs' Molly

CWinDC

Maybe not the most original music but worth a listen from time to time. Subtle differences make this track feel fresh even if the genre is feeling old. Yellow Dogs have a nice 'authentic' sound that I like. If they can stick together, I'm guessing they'll produce some nice tracks in days to come. I'll keep an ear open for these guys.

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Reminiscent ...

sneeuwitje

This 21st century '(re)new(ed) wave' loudly echoes 80's Hunters & Collectors (shamefully not on emusic) in my ears (love the cow-bells)... H&C had a travelling knack for creating Oriental sound with flanger-effects, jerky rhythms and awkward melodies with Australian sentiment. Yellow Dogs seem the same type of listening musicians, using similar sounds, adapting their play while playing listening and carrying their Persian heritage towards a completely anachronistic sound... post-punk? hrmm... Nice? Yes!

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Oh So Tired

mailman

Of Brooklyn would be hipsters.

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