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Pop: Noise Pop Rock: Shoegaze Moods: Mood: Dreamy
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Against Nature

by Lubec

/// chaos w grace ///
Genre: Pop: Noise Pop
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1. Triage
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2. Against Nature
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3. More of Us
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4. Comfort Zone
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5. Had to Look
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Album Notes
“Known in area DIY rock scenes for their crashing piano-driven dream pop, combative harmonies and loud shows, Portland, Oregon trio Lubec have released two albums. Cosmic Debt - their most recent full-length - came out on Boston's Disposable America label. It follows The Thrall, their 2014 debut and several singles. Both Dividends and Against Nature collect other songs from the sets of this period while the band work on new music.”

"(Cosmic Debt) is a shaded, scratchy gem of a guitar-pop record. Sometimes drifting in to that endearing lo-fi world but with a vision that lifts it out much higher than that and out in to the great wide world, with ease. Highly recommended." - Gold Flake Paint

"Lubec isn’t a straight dream pop band. There is a harder indie rock core running through their sound and the way the songs are structured that counterpoints their gaze-like vibes. The way they trade lines and sing two competing trains of thought together reminds one of nearby Seattle’s Pretty Girls Make Graves." - Post-Trash

"Cosmic Debt" is calamitous but beautiful, a hodgepodge of briskly paced instrumentals and shouts. It serves as the perfect soundtrack for a set of rapidly moving visuals, warping you into a place of whirlwind noise pop. - The Grey Estates

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