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Taxidermists / Honesty Box
Album:Honesty Box Collection:General
Artist:Taxidermists Added:Nov 2015
Label:Telegraph Harp 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2015-11-08 Pull Date:2016-01-10 
Week Ending:Jan 10Dec 27Dec 13Nov 29Nov 22Nov 15

 Recent Airplay
1.May 24, 2021:Rebroadcast: Best Of Everything
4.Jan 06, 2016:Home on the Range
Team, Oldie, Be 1
2.Feb 23, 2021:Rebroadcast: Best Of Everything
5.Jan 04, 2016:Everything A to Z week 24
Oldie, Be 1
3.Feb 22, 2021:Best Of Everything
6.Dec 25, 2015:Meow
Big Enough For The Truth

Album Review
jessica rylan
Reviewed 2015-11-02 
Debut “official” release from this Eastern-Massachusetts two piece. Guitar and drum duets with plaintive, earnest vocals. Now 21, the members have been playing together since high school. The guitar shifts between delicate strumming and really blown out, dirty sounding fuzz. The drumming is precise and crisp but never overstated. It’s very much an exercise in 90’s revivalism, with the odd phrasing and angularity of Polvo, the isolation of Jandek, and the tense preciousness of Joan of Arc or Victory at Sea. Totally raw and unpolished, but completely honest with no artifice. Wonderful! But I can’t help but wonder what they would sound like with a bassist?

FCC Clean. Faves 1, 6, 2,

1. Amazing jangly opening guitar line
2. Beautiful vocals on the chorus
3. A little mopey
4. Slower, quieter, doesn’t have a clear direction but gets to a great ending
5. Repeated chorus “Big enough for the truth”, almost gets anthemic for a second
6. Really bittersweet, very intimate singing, I’m a real sucker for this one
7. Twangy and shorter, gets loud and thick
8. Less drumming than the other songs

Track Listing
1.Be 1 5.Big Enough For The Truth
2.Oldie 6.Never Seen
3.Team 7.Tightrope
4.Raft 8.Rel Young