Heza - POLYVINYL
FILTER Grade: 84%
By David C. Obenour on April 3, 2013
The best albums are those that figure out a way to incorporate weird ideas into an accessible structure. Too much of one and it’s unlistenable cacophony; too much of the other and it’s gaggingly sweet. On their third album, New Orleans duo Generationals balance the act perfectly. It’s markedly less garage-born than previous endeavors, too, sounding more akin to a dancier Echo & The Bunnymen or a version of The Magnetic Fields’ 69 Love Songs recorded at higher fidelity.