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Rob Beschizza at 4:45 am Sat, Apr 7, 2012
Okay, now *this* makes me a happy mutant. I was afraid that their last album really was going to be their last (and, admitted, it was intended to), and hearing that the Hartnoll brothers are back together for at least one more record makes me smile in weird places.
Shares his neighbors with a building
Knows addresses of by heart
Draws a picture of his future
Keeps the paper close at hand
They said they’d retired. Liars! LIARS!
their 94 show at the l.a. shrine was a mind bending eye opener to their live craft.
melodies that folded into themselves, reemerging into new patterns of blips and bleeps just to collapse and reemerge as something different again–that is what i loved about them. wonky seems to have that old magic of 94 but in a different format.