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Clem Snide

End of Love


or Your Favorite Music goes south

In the midst of several personal struggles mixed with lots of touring, Eef Barzelay decided to move his home base from Brooklyn to Nashville with some band members to secure his own studio space and record this album. Half of the group remained in New York, where half of the album was eventually recorded. This is a coming of age album for Clem Snide, where several former styles come together to make..not hits...but also not a 'themed' album, which allows this one to be easier to listen to. The uptempo nature of the first track mixed with morbid undertones does not summarize the album musically, rather sets the tone for what is to come: keyed-down alt-country tunes sincerely performed by tragically disturbed fans of music.

By Pete Drover

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