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Boomkat Product Review:
Jangling shards of guitar and puckish drums meet close vocal harmonies and punkish “hey!’s” in Palberta’s 3rd and latest jag with Brooklyn’s Wharf Cat Records
On ‘Palberta5000’ the trio of Anina Ivry-Block, Lily Konigsberg, and Nina Ryser elide the pop and punk aspects of their sound tighter than ever, resulting oodles of sing-a-long lyrics and nagging melodic riffs that will be trotting around your noggin for days, maybe weeks, to come after each play.
Quite notably, ‘Palberta5000’ was recorded in a studio located in the former home and family lamp-shop of Paul Reuben (aka none other than *that* mad egg, Pee Wee Herman) and it’s possible that his sense of U-cert mischief perfuses the album’s sense of exuberant youthfulness, which is practically spilling over from the likes of their dizzy harmonies in ‘Never To Go’, and the ‘90s indie-pop charms of ’Summer Sun’, or The Raincoats-like jangle and quicktrot of ‘Something In The Way.’