Gruff Americana has been all the rage since The Drive-By Truckers began making their mark on the world of indie rock, and in that spirit comes the slightly punkier Movers & Shakers‘ D.I.Y. debut album, Larrabee. They may not be changing the genre, but they’re right on top of it, making tough rock and roll withi especially hot drums. One thing that sets them apart is their ability to change things up midsong, which they do on the the almost Clash-like track, “Bottom of the Ocean,” my personal favorite song on the album. It starts like a Gaslight Anthem tune, but ends up with (almost sweet?) vocal harmonies and a great tempo change halfway through. It’s the kind of song that makes you wanna shout. “The Evidence, The Proof,” is another standout track and obvious cut for first single, mixing a Springsteen vibe with a ’80s mullet chant. Music for young men, by young men. And don’t leave before the great closing track, “Take Me Home.”
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