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Cain Marko: At SeaAt Sea (2011)
Reviewer Rating: 3
Contributed by: JeloneJelone
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If nothing else, give Michigan’s Cain Marko credit for being self-aware on their new EP, At Sea. The group writes gravelly, Hot Water Music-y punk tunes, and as the band admits on opening track “At Sea in St. Paul”, their strengths lie in writing “another song about drinking.” That’s a little too self-deprecating, though, as Cain Marko does play the occasional post-hardcore structure. The guitars noodle a bit à la Grown Ups or CSTVT. But mostly, At Sea offers four solid punk tracks about failure.
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