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Boomkat Product Review:
I know I’m not alone in saying that I miss Pavement. Steven Malkmus’s boys always had a way of bending my sensitive ears toward their skewed indie stylings, and there’s a hole where they once resided. Like a Stuntman see this too, and from the evidence on show in ‘Stan Places’ they have a desire to jump right into the whole, guitars and amps in tow and rock the hell out. Taking the song structures and style of Pavement and infusing it with the electrical buzzes and over-production of Khonnor or Tunng, they have perfected quite a lovely sound. The blend of styles works very well for them and the resulting tracks are summery and addictive without ever becoming irritating. An interesting move for the London-based Highpoint Lowlife label – and one which doesn't go unnoticed. Recommended.