|I Love You but I've Chosen Dar / Ep|
|Artist:||I Love You but I've Chosen Dar||Added:||12/2003|
|Add Date:||2004-03-22||Pull Date:||2004-05-24|
|Week Ending:||30 May||23 May||16 May||2 May||25 Apr||11 Apr||4 Apr||28 Mar|
|1.||Tue, 25 Jul 17:||Dj Arid & DJ Bear|
|4.||Thu, 10 Jul 14:||Angelina|
|2.||Tue, 15 Nov 16:||Dj Arid & DJ Bear|
|5.||Wed, 21 Apr 10:||Rae|
Lyric Ballads/Spider Rave
|3.||Thu, 31 Dec 15:||Waves|
|6.||Sat, 24 Feb 07:||Boo Radley|
Biff Bang Pow
Reverb-y indie rock. Draws from the same well of inspiration as bands like the Strokes or Interpol, though it ornaments it in a more interesting fashion. Pretty standard stuff, though it’s quite enjoyable. Definitely some interesting touches, like the some of the reverby double guitar solos, and some of the more restrained vocal efforts. Still, I think the excellent name is the best part of this band.|
Recommended tracks: 5, 3.
1. Spastic guitar notes, mid-tempo.
2. Looser vocals, almost remind you of Sam Prekop. The solo at the end is quite nice.
*3. Dark, reverbed vocals. Like Ian Curtis crossed with Jim Morrison.
4. Dig that post-punky sound.
**5. More like Sea and Cake again, mostly in the softer vocal style. My favorite track.
|1.||We're Still the Weaker Sex||3.||I Want to Die in the Hot Sum|
|2.||The Less You See||4.||When You Go Out|
|5.||Your Worst Is the Best|