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Boomkat Product Review:
Coming from the dirty-south capital of Atlanta, you might be expecting some blinged up crunk to roar from the speakers as you hit play on Snowden's new LP 'Anti-Anti'. But what's this? Reverb drenched guitars and thrumming percussion in the style of Ride? We need to update our geographical stereotypes... With a name that gives the nod to Blighty, it's evident from the outset that Snowden are Anglophiles, taking the post-punk tradition then passing it through a beatific filter of shoegaze that welcomes little starbursts of angular action which recalls the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Opening with the swirling peaks of 'Like Bullets', Snowden really hit their stride on the album's title track - with a coalition of taut riffs and skittering melodies that entwine around the bleached vocals to considerable effect. Elsewhere, 'My Murmuring Darling' recalls early Cure, 'Kill The Power' sounds not unlike the Concretes collaborating with A Certain Ratio, whilst album closer 'Sisters' wears its Thom Yorke and Elliot Smith badges with pride. Mountainous!