Review : ALEX DELIVERY - Star Destroyer
Drowned in soundBrooklyn-based art-rock collective Alex Delivery donít make it easy for the newcomer to love their debut album. Opener ĎKomadí is twenty songs squeezed into ten minutes, and nineteen of them only spiral out from the five-pieceís myriad instruments during the songís second half. Its first five minutes are consumed by the sound of metal on metal, a screaming grind of robot death captured in horrific slow motion while a perverted priest mumbles something about empty whiskey bottles and kids on street corners. Or. Something....full text
PitchForkWe live in a world where mp3s, guitar tabs, and concert videos are more accessible to a greater number of people than ever. Therefore, when Indie Band X drops a debut album stylistically stitching together, say, Italian disco and early Modest Mouse, the accomplishment's somewhat demystified by the insane amount of exposure we all enjoy in the Information Age. Despite this phenomenon, Brooklyn's Alex Delivery sounds intent on blowing your mind on their expansive and ambitious debut, even if you're familiar with all their go-to tools and tricks....full text
SoundsXPAlex Delivery is a New York arty five-piece band with a strong WTF? factor. Your scale for comparisons is continually being upended; sometimes itís Can or Faust, sometimes you think you hear Giorgio Moroder electro-pop, and sometimes it just sounds like Bright Eyes in a bacon slicer....full text
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