Andrew McMahon The Pop Underground
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DaveyBoy
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June 7th 2013



20856 Comments

Album Rating: 3.4

'The Pop Underground' is the self-released solo debut EP from former Something Corporate & Jack’s Mannequin front-man Andrew McMahon. While these 4 tunes unmistakably come from the singer-songwriter, the now 30 year old chooses to forego the piano here & dabble in electronics. The heavier use of synth means this is McMahon's most radio-friendly output thus far, while the greater reliance on (simple) catchy choruses cements this fact. Unfortunately, while solid & more than listenable, none of these 15 minutes is particularly memorable, meaning this is a comparative step down for such a talented musician. Recommended Tracks: Catching Cold & After The Fire.

toxin.
June 7th 2013



12182 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

comparitive ?


DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
June 8th 2013



20856 Comments

Album Rating: 3.4

Where's spell-check when you need it? Make that comparative.





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