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Wheat Raised Ranch Revolution(City Slang)

Raised Ranch Revolution

Wheat



Raised Ranch Revolution(City Slang)




Massachusetts' Wheat have their own, uniquely warm take on the vast, fertile expansive heartlands of white US rock - their music takes a more aerial perspective, rather than getting bogged down in guitar roots. This is particularly benign and low-key by their standards, though it does whip up a storm from nowhere, before drifting off into Pere Ubu-style white noise, then setting down somewhere way over yonder. 'Headphone Recorder' and 'And First You See A Superstar, Then You Don't' are altogether stranger little slivers of post-rock.



David Stubbs

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