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Boomkat Product Review:
Baltimore band Thrushes open their album with a song called 'Aidan Quinn' in which they accuse the waning Hollywood actor of that most peculiar of crimes: 'There's tragedy in your hair" they say. A tad harsh if you ask me. All that might make you think the song is some ironic, flimsy piece of trash-pop, but instead there's an epic quality referencing the luscious productions of shoegaze bands as well as the reverb-drenched Phil Spector girl band productions of the '60s. 'Heartbeats' has that Ronettes' 'Be My Baby'-style kick-snare riff at its beginning, which is always a sign of a good pop song waiting to happen, and sure enough, the track proves to be a Kevin Shields-style wall of sound. The album manages to sustain this tone throughout with hook-heavy epic post-rockers like 'New Year's Kiss' and 'The Hardest Part'. Lovely.