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Into the Void

by Angwish

Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Coca-Cola Cake
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2. Beautiful Place
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3. Not Interested
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4. Mercy Date
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5. Cat Song
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6. Did You Know
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7. Into the Void
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8. Basikly I'm Lost
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9. Clone You
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10. Hello Katie
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11. Weekend Punk Rocker
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12. Reason to Stay Sober
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13. One More for You
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Album Notes
Creative Loafing Charlotte CD Review.....April 30 2010

The Deal: Charlotte's Angwish – the duo Bryan Bielanski and Rachael Malmberg – release fourth full-length album, Into the Void, on April 30, 2010. Album is produced by Rob Tavaglione at Catalyst Recording.

The Good: Formerly a trio, the band is now moving forward as a duo, savoring their indie-pop and rock sensibilities. While the songwriting – lyrically and musically – has matured, the band has also continued its harmonic approach to the vocals. Harmonies spark some depth to the sound and vocals are also layered to provide a good male/female sonic dichotomy throughout the 13 tracks. The music style shows the broad range of influences – "Beautiful Place" and "Hello Katie" border on something grunge-esque, "Cat Song" and "Not Interested" lean punk, "Clone You" is dark and almost metal, while the indie-pop of the title track ends in a frenzy of feedback.

The Bad: No complaints. I don't think the band's going for prim, proper or polished here. It's got the raw edge that you'd expect to see in their live show.

The Verdict: I'm not quite sure – with the variety of styles evident here – that the band has yet found "themselves" on the musical landscape, but sometimes the journey you take getting there is the most fun.


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