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Fine times - Fine Times | FESTIVALPHOTO

Fine times - Fine Times



Vancouver band Fine times take their name from the Woody Allen short story 'Fine times: An oral memoir'.

Musically they make synth-heavy indie-pop. It's mid-paced and strangely addictive to listen to.

The single 'Hey Judas' is a great track - very catchy, and with a very impressive sound.

'High brow, low times' has an intro (that repeats several times throughout the song) and sounds like something from an Eminem song, before the main part of the song kicks in and the song changes back to a more classic Indie feel. The alternating between the two sections works well in creating a nice contrast.

There's a huge amount of variety in the album - primarily down to the versatility of the synth as the main sound. The vocals have a lot less variety, but with the changes in music then the songs all sound quite different from each other.

There are some great songs on the album - the single 'Hey Judas' is definitely worth a listen, and if you like that then it's definitely worth checking out the rest of the album.

'Fine Times' is out now.

Track listing:

1. Strays
2. Hey Judas
3. High brow low times
4. Television Tel Aviv
5. And it happened at midnight
6. Lions
7. Calico
8. Hungry Siamese
9. Bright lights
10. Into the mechanarium

Writer: Anthony May
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