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Matters

Like many cities, I'm sure, Birmingham has an underbelly of instrumental rock. Prefix it with post- math- motorik- whatever-, you know it when you hear it. I heard it today from Matters who, judging from photos, are not from the generation I was listening to a decade ago, though the similarities are there. I like them a lot.

Like most bands of this ilk they revel in obscurity with no information on their website. Just three people making a nice noise. And that's more than enough.

via Stan's Cafe's blog.

Update: friend Julia, who knows all these youth, says "it’s Stuart from Them Wolves and Craig from Mayors of Toronto and Brid from Do Make Say Ink." Local supergroup then!

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