Album Review: ENORMODOME

Album Review: ENORMODOME

I’m a musical agnostic.  Sure, I want the rapture to jump out of my speakers and grab me just as much as the next girl, but I’m generally unwilling to drink the Kool Aid of hyper-fandom. I simply don’t want to (for instance) be screamed at by a man-child who hasn’t yet begun to grasp life’s actual injustices, or be sneered at, via complicated jazz solos with downbeats I can neither count nor dance to.  I don’t want to tune in, turn on, and drop out on deep, dope beats a computer once dreamed, drowning in a sea of epilepsy lights.  I just kind of like it when talented people say insightful things, musically.  I like it to be a little rough around the edges, but only because it’s pushing its own limits into consistently interesting territory.  I especially like smart rock and roll that doesn’t take itself too seriously.