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Boomkat Product Review:
Brother of anti-folk hero Jeffrey, Jack Lewis and his backing band, The Cutoffs take their cues from the unhinged Americana of Daniel Johnston and Stephen Malkmus, The witty, irreverent lyrics and flailing, often deranged guitars are all in check, but so is the quality of writing. For instance, 'Nothing Like The O.E.D.' (as in Oxford English Dictionary) is every bit as emotive as it is kooky. 'The Day Neil Young Died' has the same sort of meandering, structure-defying lyrics you'd associate with Jeffrey Lewis' work, in fact, writing songs about other artists is itself in the family tradition (See his brother's 'Williamsburg Will Oldham Horror' and 'The History of The Fall'). The gentle, minor key strains of 'November' are a real highlight, featuring some beautiful backing vocals from Rebecca Schiffman. It's one of those frail, sad songs that Pavement were so good at turning out. Great stuff.