White Denim — D

Reviewed by yewknee

Love it when a band makes a slow progression through various styles and sounds without losing their original charm. While the energy and enthusiasm of the first records is definitely still present here, it's a lot less manic and frantic. The underlying '70s rock vibe still persists ever so subtly, but it's more breezy this go around. In the end, it's proof that quality rock records can still exist. Oh, and it's got a flute solo that actually works - who knew that was even possible?

Aug 11 2011