Tuesday, March 30, 2010

White Belt Yellow Tagnificent


When experimental rock band Yourcodenameis:Milo folded, the last thing fans of the cult band would have expected from guitarist Justin Lockey would be radio-friendly Coldplay-style alt rock such as White Belt Yellow Tag.
But Methods does point towards the mainstream, and does it well - propelling the group upwards and outwards with the drive of Doves and a soaring emotional quality akin to Chris Martin's work across this workmanlike debut.
With a smattering of sturdy singles such as Remains and Always And Echoes, White Belt Yellow Tag deserve to elbow their way onto the airwaves.

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