Sunday, November 15, 2009
Generationals - Con Law - Album Review - Garfield Artworks
A couple of weeks ago I was listening to 91.3 and heard a couple of songs I liked so I checked them out online. One band had a good song, but the rest of their album didn't do much for me. The other I really enjoyed. Just so happened the next week they were opening for someone at Garfield Artworks. I decided to check them out.
"When They Fight, They Fight"
The band's name is Generationals and their debut album is entitled Con Law. Its a duo act from one of my favorite cities, New Orleans. Its a nice slice of pop with sing along choruses throughout. Has a bit of a Belle and Sebastian (lyrically) plus some Motown tones. I have had it on rotation for the last week. Everyone who I have given a ride to (surprisingly) really digs it, and we aren't talking the most savvy music snobs. Here are some tracks off their album if you are interested.
"Exterior Street Day"
"Nobody Could Change Your mind"