Ps I Love You - Meet Me At The Muster Station
For a university town Kingston, ON has been flying under the musical radar for quite some time. Whatever the reason, it just hasn't been able to generate the same number or quality of bands as other Canadian cities (maybe Queen's students are just too uptight). With there debut full length, Meet Me At the Muster Station, PS I Love You is about to put the town back on the map.
Meet Me At the Muster Station is a 10-song dose of guitar-based indie rock that hits you like a punch in the face. Tracks like "Breadends" establishes the duo as a band that can create a thumping noise as good as anyone (think Japandriods).
Whether it's fuzzy ("2012"), frenzied ("Scattered"), or expansive ("Butterflies & Boners"), the pair fill every crevice with their sound. The unrelenting nature of the music relegates the vocals to the back of the stage. It doesn't matter whether they are unintelligible or in the case of "Facelove", completely absent. The driving beats and electric guitar cacophony speeds the listener along.
The only negative criticism I have of Meet Me At the Muster Station is that it is over far too soon.
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