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Skivrecension: Mathilda Brink makes an edgy update of the indierocken

In the song ”Bohuslän”, a gitarrdrivet, bittersweet return visit in the own barndomstrakterna, delivers Mathilda Brink of one of the Swedish poplyriks absolute best lines right now. With a warped, unique and broad-ranged voice, she sings; ”what if all the songs were like Evert Taube's melodies/it was everything you said/and everything you mean”.

to the coast, which probably besjungits most in the american show. Yet it is in the encounter between the texts, who are happy to take the cumbersome paths, and the barren story that the real magic is created. Most of the Brinks debut album is marinated in an angular update of the american indie rock, reminiscent of, for example, Soccer Mommy.

at the same time creates the Brink of something absolutely private in its blend of show, rock and grunge. The debut is a musical setting of becoming an adult who does not commit to or romantiserar.

Best tracks: ”Bohuslän”, ”SsnnöÖ”

Read more music reviews by Alexandra Sundqvist , for example, about how Robert Forster manages to appease the old fans, without being nostalgic .

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