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Marriages: KitsuneKitsune (2012)
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: JeloneJelone
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Given that all of their members work together in the similar-sounding post-rock outfit Red Sparowes, it’s hard to view Marriages as a side project, let alone a separate band altogether. The guitars are still swirling and atmospheric; the structures still dream-like and meandering. It’s almost like the Boxcar Racer of post-rock bands. But there are two big differences on new release Kitsune that divide the groups: Marriages write more condensed, focused tunes, and they actually use vocals. While minor differences, they’re enough to justify Kitsune, although the high quality certainly helps.
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