Parenthetical girls – Entanglements

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5 thoughts on “Parenthetical girls – Entanglements

  1. Calling this album top heavy is an understatement. Parenthetical girls shouldn’t be in the same state as Connor Oberst let alone the same paragraph. At best, Zac Pennington could be called a poor man’s Marc Almond. This album is a tough listen. No thanks!

  2. It’s definitely a bit of a chore to listen to; but I think Pennington has done something interesting, in defying the aesthetic that’s dominated indie music since the 80’s. There’s nothing raw or lo-fi here, quite the opposite, yet the songs are give the space and ingenious arrangements you might find on something like the John Brion cut of Fiona Apple’s Extraordinary Machine.

  3. cat, you are the world’s biggest asshole. This album rules and you know it. There’s a special place in hell for people like you, the BURNIEST parts of hell. I hope your stereo burns out and no one lets you buy or borrow one from them.

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