Album Title: Incident At The Metropolis
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Genre: Jazz Pop
Tribeca is the quintessential New York band. Not because they're carbon copies of the Velvet Underground or the Ramones, but because they sound silky, smooth, sexy, sultry and any other "s" word a person could think of. The fact that they're actually based in the city that's the antithesis of NYC (that'd be Los Angeles) has no bearing whatsoever on what listeners hear when they pop Incident At The Metropolis into a CD. Leaning heavily on jazz, the bouncy songs of Tribeca ("North American Laundromat") are excellent, but the slow, twisting, smoky ones are even better. "Valuable Feelings" and "People Need To Know" - the piano intro of which reminds this writer of "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" - are the gems, although it's hard to pick favourites from this well-rounded record.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt

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