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Boomkat Product Review:
Portland, Oregon residents Parenthetical Girls make an orchestral racket in bold, vivid colours on Entanglements, an epic yet accessible combination of elaborate orchestration and weirdo songwriting. Parenthetical Girls challenge Wild Beasts for the mantle of Zaniest Singing Voice In Indie Rock 2008, although the symphonic histrionics of Entanglements make the wackier-than-thou singing style seem entirely reasonable. There's undoubtedly a Van Dyke Parks factor to all this, as Entanglements strives to bring the experimentation of modern classical music into the altogether more approachable and whimsical world of American pop. In fact, it's all pulled off rather brilliantly, whether jolting from articulate, dramatised strings to cinematic fairground weirdness on 'Avenue Of Trees', or re-imagining 'Windmills Of Your Mind' as a schizoid romp through tango and melodrama. Highly recommended.