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In Love With Jetts [Vinyl]


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There's flailing post-hardcore, if you will, and then there's flailing post-hardcore with an unexpected way around singing strength and unexpected touches. Antioch Arrow embraces the latter, happily, which is why the breathy passion of Montaigne is so welcome and unexpected, much stronger here than on the earlier Lady is a Cat. Sounding like an already strong punk/pop vocalist, constantly gargling liquid lead while being electrified, he runs riot along with the band throughout Jetts' brief, but brutal length. The lyrics themselves make better sense barely apprehended than actually read, but what comes across as random 'me/you/corruption/theworld' hoo-hah in print sounds far more fun sung. Even the old Valley Girl line "gag me with a spoon," takes on a new life, at least in "Antioch Gold." Musically, just when it seems the group's sound can be easily pegged, something else comes along to immediately surpass expectations. Scraping, minimal melody lines suddenly drop into full hyperspeed crunch, everything strips down to rhythm lines here and there, and in all nothing is quite what it seems when it comes to Jetts. Unlike many another group, Antioch Arrow actually avoids creating one soundalike after another even while maintaining a generally aggro and pissed sound. The insane drum explosion opening on "Chaos vs. Cosmos" gets offset by the near-straightforwardly anthemic "Space Age," introductory keyboard fanfare and all. The shuddering start to "The Blessed Test" is another highlight, a chilling intro to a brutal thrasher, with bassist/keyboardist Mack Mann getting to demonstrate his skills on both instruments. Drummer Ron Anarchy sounds both in and out of control at the same time throughout the album, and guitarists Andy Ward and Jeff Winterberg do their business with adrenaline-pumped energy. An even more unexpected revamp in sound lay in the near future, but here Antioch Arrow were blasting out without restraint. ~ Ned Raggett, All Music Guide

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