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Boomkat Product Review:
Timely reissue of Duster's self-titled 2019 return to the studio after an 18 year absence.
Following Numero's reissues of Duster's classic albums and previously unreleased material, it's fitting that they should eventually repackage the Californian three-piece's comeback record, released almost two decades after 2000's 'Contemporary Movement'. The slowcore-cum-indie rock band appeared back in 1996 after releasing the 'On The Dodge' cassette and winning acclaim for their gritty lo-fi moves that carefully fused emo and post-hardcore shakes. Always cult darlings, but never fully accepted into the mainstream, Duster's reputation grew in the period they were out of view, and their catalogue quickly became sought-after by collectors. The band eventually got together in 2018, and "Duster" was the result, an album that recaptured their magic - a tidy combo of Codeine's narcotic feels and Slint's melancholy knuckle cracking.
Thankfully, 'Duster' isn't an exercise in nostalgia and doesn't attempt to recapture the past, instead mapping out where the trio exists in the here and now. If you've exhausted the Low, Galaxie 500 and American Music Club catalog - this is well worth a peep.