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Racketeers Rosedale (The Culture Society 2010)

New York’s Post-Rock recording group that obviously, didn’t making their appearance terrific or being a slight attraction over the scenery but more to able on directing their ideas maker for not positively sounded too damn normal unless some might calling Indie Rock and Pop Experimental performance from Zach Barocas (drum kit), Christ Ernst (electric guitar), Adam Rizer (electric bass guitar) and Steve Shodin (electric guitar) smoothly stepping-in and given these instrumental taste of standard music with high techniques and brings Alternative Rock to replacing the old versions of it through There Are Crashes by these quartet – Bells. Give your complementary after had a good moment for listening to them in standard volume over this track-listings where a differences between the first opening song Kings to End Over End that celebrating Prog-Pop sounds shall be rediscovered through the third installment song of angry youth tempo on New Monuments as the waves turning back again to progressive after that. 

Bells might taking you for a walk entering the most hideous parts and alleys of Brooklyn and the rest of NYC as a free city tour within music of non-vocals not in silently. 

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