Thursday, July 03, 2008

No mistaking The Corrections


STICK with The Corrections, and you won't go far wrong.
The Dalston-based group is the reincarnation of promising non-starter The Fallout Trust, and the sound of debut LP Repeat After Me taps a similar vein of electro-influenced angular indie.
Tracks such as OCD and Barcode are real standout indie stompers on what is an impressive debut, only spoiled by the occasional ponderous slow number such as Straightjacket Sheets plonked at regular intervals in the track listing stopping the album's momentum.
On this evidence, The Corrections are one to keep a close eye out for, no mistaking.

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