Review : PHOTO ATLAS - No Not Me Never
Hybrid MagazineCombining genres is a technique that a lot of bands are getting into these days. However itís not easy. Country with punk: difficult; emo with jazz: tricky; but punk with disco: complex to say the least. Few will even attempt for fear of not getting it quite right. The Photo Atlas just happens to be ones of those bands who hit it on the head....full text
Static MultimediaI like Brit-rock. Most Brit-rock bands are okay with me. I like The Futureheads, I like Razorlight, I like The Libertines, and as a general rule, if you list the Rolling Stones as one of your primary influences, I'll like you too. Which is why I like The Photo Atlas' new release No, Not Me, Never. If Mick Jagger and Keith Richards had children that listened to a little too much Thrice, you'd get The Photo Atlas....full text
AversionHow you'll respond to The Photo Atlas depends entirely upon how far along the explosion/backlash/re-backlash cycle you are with post-punk. The Denver band's debut is pretty standard stuff as far as post-punk revivals go: Chilly guitars crash and writhe in spacious atmospheres defined almost solely by a throbbing bass line and shrill guitars. ...full text
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