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Optimist - Those Darlins - Blur The Line (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Screws Get Loose, an Album by Those Darlins. Released 29 March on Oh Wow Dang (catalog no. OWD ; CD). Genres: Garage Rock, Indie lustcasmonalamediperunmamilbi.coinfog: Optimist.
  2. Sep 30,  · Blur The Line feels like an eponymous debut. This record is not a departure, nor is it simply growth. It is a realization purely of where Those Darlins are as artists right now. After sophomore record Screws Get Loose, Jessi, Nikki, and Linwood set out to uncover the true complex, contradictory nature of themselves as individuals and as a band/5(10).
  3. Nov 18,  · The third Those Darlins record opens with a drunk shower in a “shit hotel.” But it doesn’t stay clean for long: “Flowing these juices/The weed has induced us,” Jessi Darlin sings a.
  4. Aug 06,  · Those Darlins have been on a bit of a NSFW streak lately. The cover art for the Nashville foursome’s upcoming third album, Blur the Line, features all of the bandmembers nude, and that’s just.
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  6. Tennessee art-cowpunk quartet Those Darlins' third album, Blur the Line, is their best. No longer a trio of girls aiming to please with their looks, the band is now equal parts ladies and dudes. With this lineup, the group have hit their stride. Here, they meld CBGB-style proto-punk to barroom country and Stones-y .
  7. Those Darlins Blur The Line on LP + Download Card Blur The Line feels like an eponymous debut. This record is not a departure, nor is it simply growth. It is a realization purely of where Those Darlins are as artists right now.
  8. What really struck me about my introduction to Those Darlins – their last record, Screws Get Loose – was the bizarre mish-mash of styles that the album represented. It was a record that, taken at face value, breezed by unremarkably, and that in itself was noteworthy; it’s not too often you hear an album that actually sounds like less than the sum of its parts.
  9. Blur The Line feels like an eponymous debut. It is a realization purely of where Those Darlins are as artists right now. This record is not a departure, nor is it simply growth. After sophomore record Screws Get Loose, Jessi, Nikki, and Linwood set out to uncover the true complex, contradictory nature of themselves as individuals and as a band.

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