"Canadian obscurity troupe Twin Library/The Public Library’s latest release’s, 'Folkrecorder,' is an interesting calamity of lo-fi pop in a variety of styles. The obvious touchstones include the laconic haze of New Zealand’s Clean, a pristine shimmer of C86 groups-a-plenty (Field Mice, Razorcuts, St. Christopher) and the prickly slacker verve of the 90s, though clear rays of vivid originality break through the cloudy gloom of an all too encumbered musical market. Mini-pop masterpieces such as 'The United Corpse,' 'Hoping I’ll Try Again' and 'A Town Like This' all heave with a twitchy anxiety similar only to anticipating the sexual act and waiting for the bell to ring just before summer vacation"
The Big Takeover, issue 68
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Folkrecorder. Released in September 2010, this album features five new songs and serves as a companion piece to The Public Library’s May 2010 release, also known as Folkrecorder.
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