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@Reverend_Makers

Reverend And The Makers

@Reverend_Makers

The English indie rock band fronted by Jon McClure return after three years with their 3rd album, with a more electronic feel to their sound

ADM rating[?]

5.2

Label
Cooking Vinyl
UK Release date
18/06/2012
US Release date
26/06/2012
  1. 8.0 |   Independent on Sunday

    McClure comes over like a less-messed-up Shaun Ryder
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  2. 7.0 |   music OMH

    As an album @Reverend_Makers provides infectiously good spirits, a good bit of Sheffield steel and a nice dash of humour here and there too, delivered with a dose of urban grit
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  3. 7.0 |   Consequence Of Sound

    All in all this is a refreshing, infectious, and unpretentious album that’s big on sound
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  4. 6.0 |   NME

    He's delivered a relentless bosh-pop thump
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  5. 6.0 |   Mojo

    A piece of work that's at pains to capture the spirit of the times. Print edition only

  6. 5.0 |   DIY

    For those open to more electronic sounds, this will likely be a great release and to those who are dubious of change, the band have accounted for that with a handful of numbers that more or less embody their established sound
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  7. 2.0 |   Drowned In Sound

    Many demons are slain at the altar of the Reverend in the course this album – wit, eloquence, incisiveness and originality to name but a few
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  8. 2.0 |   Q

    Steer clear. Print edition only


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