TEETH OF ENGLAND: Serrated Cuts: LP

Jul 20, 2022

“Garage” would be the catch-all for this, I reckon, but there’s a lot more going on beyond that. Sure, the instrumentation and production aren’t Beyoncé bank-bustin’ level, but everything’s clear ‘n’ coherent, and the songs themselves evince hints of psych-rock, ’70s rock, zydeco, and maybe bits of Subway Sect or early Talking Heads for good measure mashed in with the aforementioned garage sensibilities. Nice diversity of sounds coupled with a singer who sounds like he’s just on this side of unhinged. Good listen. –Jimmy Alvarado (Black And Wyatt, blackandwyattrecords.com)

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