Narc Twain   Narc Twain
Release Date: 12/2015

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3.5 greatJared Floryan | December 18th 15

Brooklyn-based quintet Narc Twain's first recording, a self-titled EP, is undoubtedly an omen of even better things to come. The mini-album showcases this band amalgamating elements of power pop, indie, and punk music in a manner that is coherent and simultaneously charming. Instrumentally punchy, a lot of the guitar work on display here is infectious, and the drumming supplied by John Thayer (who also mixed and partly engineered the release) follows suit in that. I can't forget about guitarist and frontman Tommy Siegel, whose clever lyrics nearly steal the show. While a little too restrained at points, his overall vocal performance is far from horrid and quite pleasant on the ears. This is a group I'd like to hear more of in the future for sure. Angel recommends: "Future Shock," "No Connection," and "And Today, Nothing".


3.5 greatNolan D. | May 14th 16
3.5 greatProle | January 30th 16
3.5 greatanobsoletevernacular | January 2nd 16
2.5 averageemptykev10 | December 21st 15
2.5 averageStereochrome1 | December 14th 15
3.5 greatceart go leor im droim | December 13th 15
3.0 goodCharlieSean75 | December 8th 15
3.5 greatHerbie Chrost | December 6th 15
3.0 goodwtferrothorn | December 5th 15
3.5 greatelcrawfodor | December 4th 15
3.5 greatSandwichBubble | November 30th 15
3.0 goodmontekristoo99 | November 26th 15
3.8 excellentIrving EMERITUS | November 6th 15

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