Posted by: Dominic Umile | 10/14/2009

Published Elsewhere: Apricot Rail

Apricot RailThe sun-splashed instrumental rock Apricot Rail delivers on its 2009 self-titled LP isn’t all-bombast all the time. Rather, the Australian outfit structures carefully these colorful compositions, so that woodwinds, strings, and dusty organ sounds are as critically important to the final product as the countless treble-heavy guitar tracks. Listen here, and read the rest of my review at PopMatters.

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