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|3.0 good||RoundOnEndHiInMiddle | February 11th 15|
On their debut EP, Tiny Moving Parts showcase some impressive talent with playing their respective instruments. That has always been the staple of the band, as we know. Unfortunately, this EP is hindered by its production, which makes the guitars sound much too thin. That is all well and good during the twinkly, math rock sections, but they don't sound nearly strong enough to play the screamo sections the band attempts throughout the record convincingly. The band sounds a bit like a more quiet, earlier version of Merchant Ships when not playing their complex math rock riffs, which is by no means a bad thing, but the songwriting isn't too original in this regard. Still, there is enough good on this EP to warrant a listen, as the passionate "You Have No Idea How High I Can Fly" and the surprisingly moving "I'll Sum This Up" prove.
|2.5 average||Tristan Jones CONTRIBUTOR | July 13th 14|
Instrumentals are impressive, but the emotion feels incredibly forced in many of the songs. Not bad, and worth a listen, but not particularly good either.
|3.5 great||Le P. | September 24th 11|
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