Into Sixes


Vinyl LP

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2014, Anyway

VINYL FORMAT. The songs are still brief, with a handful extending past the FM-radiofriendly three-minute mark, and a couple showing a subversive tendency to jam. “Apt. by the Interstate” and “Extremely Boss” are the aural equivalent of a summer roller-coaster ride, quick and satisfying and urging to be played over and over again. The sturdy confidence of “Brothers and Sisters” may be the closest that American underground rock has come to bridging the gulf to classic rock since Sonic Youth’s “Kool Thing.” Their pedigree includes the legacy of 84 Nash, the abstract thrall of El Jesus de Magico, and the essential ’00s noise-pop of Times New Viking, so it makes sense that Connections bring their vast knowledge and experience of music making (and listening) to full fruition on Into Sixes. At times wickedly sloppy but always held together by a string of melody, and harkening to some of the best indie and punk from both shores (“Beat The Sky” and “Cruise Control” have whispers of Stiff Little Fingers and The Wedding Present), Into Sixes is certainly the band’s most realized record yet.

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