Review: Minus the Bear "Infinity Overhead"

Cory Murchy and his Seattle alternative outfit drop the progressive math template for a simpler, more rockin’ sound, with great results.
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Cory Murchy and his Seattle alternative outfit drop the progressive math template for a simpler, more rockin’ sound, with great results. Murchy��s pick and finger work shine through on songs like “Listing” and “Toska” as his pocket approach fits the band’s new sound with ease.

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