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ONE WAY Recommends [Issue #15]
Fog
By Dave Lewis

10th Avenue Freakout (CD Lex)

Minneapolis experimental group Fog started out as the one-man band of former Lateduster member Andrew Broder. With 10th Avenue Freakout, he returns with a full band and a hip new label. The musical pallet has been significantly expanded since 2003’s Ether Teeth. While Broder’s trademark bedroom electronic folk is still the dominant style, Fog is pushing into a more accessible indie rock territory, at times sounding like The Shins (on “The Rabbit”). Freakout features more keyboards and horns and less acoustic guitar and turntables than earlier efforts. Furthermore, many of the songs include live drums (courtesy of Martin Dosh, an acclaimed solo artist in his own right), which may not seem like a too radical a concept, but for those familiar with Fog’s first two LPs, it comes as a significant change of pace. The haunting opener “Can You Believe It?,” which sounds like They Might Be Giants played at too slow a speed, sets the stage for an unpredictable track list that culminates in the chaotic noise freakout of “The Hully Gully.” It may all confound some listeners. Others will embrace Fog’s quirky charm.


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