The Unicorns

Album Title: Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?
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Genre: Indie Rock
To call The Unicorns' music 'lo-fi' would imply a lack of craftsmanship that the band certainly does possess. Yes, at first listen, Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone? does sound like many of our favourite 4-track bands. But hit 'repeat' and you'll begin to hear many layers of delightful noise piled together to make yummy, fluffy pink cloud pop with a deliciously dirty garage undertones.

Like many indie bands before them, The Unicorns have almost entirely abandoned traditional "verse-chorus-verse" song structure. This kind of experimentation can have horrifyingly bad results – but not so here. Instead, listeners are just disappointed that really beautiful vignettes end as soon as they begin, never to show themselves in a song again.

Sweet without being sickening, simple without being stupid, Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone? raises the lo-fi standard that much higher.

Writer: Erica Basnicki


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