Music: Slow Claw

Though I’m not a believer in the notion that “there’s no truly original music being made anymore,” I can recognize a truly unique aesthetic when I hear one. And that’s just what I hear all over the debut album from Indie trio Slow Claw, Grandfather Clock

Feb 25, 2009 at 2:06 pm

Though I’m not a believer in the notion that “there’s no truly original music being made anymore,” I can recognize a truly unique aesthetic when I hear one. And that’s just what I hear all over the debut album from Indie trio Slow Claw, Grandfather Clocks. The group formed out of the ashes of Junior Revolution, a more driving, hard-guitarbased band, and while fans of that band will recognize the emotive vocals and passionate delivery, Slow Claw is its own fantastic beast. 

Slow Claw hosts a CD release show Saturday at the Northside Tavern, joined by White Girls and The Guitars. 

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