Boomkat Product Review:
Meneguar artfully craft a beaten-up garage pop sound that's not a million miles away from the sort of noisy brilliance No Age come up with. In these current climes you could well imagine Meneguar getting lumped in with acts like Crystal Stilts and Vivian Girls, but there's something less coy about these songs - never lurking around in shadowy echo. Instead, the band's brash, yet beautifully formed compositions invite comparisons with the DIY punk of Jay Reatard or perhaps the caustic melodies of Sic Alps. 'The Morning, The Night' even finds time to kick out a gentle harmony-laden ballad, but it's on tracks like 'Some Other Life' that Meneguar really jolts into life, perfectly marrying lo-fi discord and winsome tunesmithery. Recommended.