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Boomkat Product Review:
Grasping a CV that includes stints in Codeine, Loog, Thaila Zedek, The Willard Grant Conspiracy, Come, Rosa Chance Well and Molasses, Chris Brokaw can certainly impress with his credentials. But how does he manage when the collective womb disappears and there's no-one to concentrate on other than than him... Well, pretty damn well if his debut full-length is anything to go by. Taking its title from the brusque and undeniably nourishing Suicide cover, 'Incredible Love' is an album of cathartic and arrestingly direct songs which sees Brokaw handling his new role stage-centre with obvious delight and significant aplomb. Opening with 'Blues For The Moon', Brokaw carves a jaunty, mid-tempo rock song that frames his svelte voice perfectly; matching a sprinkling of dead notes with some 'oooh-oooh' melodies. Alternating between this slow-mo style and a more bombastic, trad-rock sound, Brokaw is a musical relation to Elliot Smith's more muscular oeuvre or a less whimsical casting of Damon Gough in his Dixons hat.