Listening Station: Manhattan Love Suicides Turn Up The Fuzz

Dec 4th, 2006 // 3 Comments

The indiepop treasure trove Indie MP3 – Keeping C86 Alive! tipped us off to the British quartet Manhattan Love Suicides over the weekend, and, being the suckers for fuzzed-out, female-fronted guitar pop that we are, we got hooked on their just-released debut album about a minute into its first song. “(The Guy On The) 14th Floor” is a head-bopper that manages to cram a pealing guitar freakout into its two minutes, and their distortion-filled cover of the Beat Happening classic “Indian Summer” turns up the volume while retaining the song’s sweetness.

Manhattan Love Suicides – (The Guy On The) 14th Floor [MP3, link expired]
Manhattan Love Suicides – Indian Summer [MP3, link expired]
The Manhattan Love Suicides [MySpace]
The Manhattan Love Suicides [magicmarkerrecords.com]

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  1. brasstax

    Yeah, this shiz is hot.

  2. j clicky clicky

    I think that tune “Indian Summer” is a cover. I’ll have to look around.

  3. j clicky clicky

    Ah yes, there it is right at the end of your sentence. Duh.

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