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Needle Drop: The Kooks, “Melody Maker”

The Kooks new material seems to be drifting to extremes. While the title track from their new EP Down sounds unbearably derivative of James Brown, the fourth track, “Melody Maker” finds its inspiration in the harmony laden pop of the 1960’s British Invasion. The intentional low-fi quality of the acoustic guitar sets the demo-esque tone […] The post Needle Drop: The Kooks, “Melody Maker” appeared first on The Vinyl District.
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