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Circle Number Dot
Bass Drums Guitar
By Kiernan Maletsky
Published on January 12, 2010 at 1:11pm Westword Magazine, Denver, CO.
One possible narrative for Bass Drums Guitar: A man is chained to his life. The minutiae, the rules, the injustice is all inescapable. He struggles to fre...See Full Bio
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“Golden, Colorado-based Circle Number Dot’s album Bass Drums Guitar serves as a pleasing reminder of the simpler side of music. They do not waste the listener’s time by trying to do too much. Instead they mix gritty-sounding guitars and anguish-ridden lyrics with a general beaten- down-by-the-world overtone to create a refreshingly Punk album. I am not one for comparisons, but while listening to Bass Drums Guitar I could not stop thinking about the “Bleach” days of Nirvana. Lead Singer Matt Card’s vocals bear a striking resemblance to Kurt Cobain’s, but also have similar qualities to Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys. The success of Bass Drums Guitar lies in the faster numbers of the album as the band sounds most comfortable when the song clocks in around three and half minutes or less. Circle Number Dot sounds a bit outside of their comfort zone on the first half of the track “Master Plan” where they slow things down....”
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