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Moco : Where She Goes

More, please

Like Hives, they’ve christened themselves with rock’n’roll nicknames: that’s Steve ‘Mobile’ Jones having Tourettes episodes up front, Anthony ‘The Worm’ Rigby on guitar, Nick ‘The Rock’ Higham on bass and Simon ‘Monkeyboy’ Misra pounding skins.



‘Where She Goes’ is a shameless re-enactment off all Velvet Underground’s best moments, played very loud, and all at once; ‘Dirty Love’ finds Jones doing his best Iggy slur over an aggressive, ragged punk racket; and ‘The New Official Truth’ is the sound of The Strokes, caught half-way through 'An American Werewolf in London'-style transformation into The Parkinsons. It’s all utterly fantastic and produced, rather oddly, by The Charlatans keyboardist Tony Rogers. More, please.



April Long

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