My Teenage Stride – To Live And Die In The Airport Lounge

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It may not be that old but ‘To Live and Die in the Airport Lounge’ from Brooklyn’s My Teenage Stride sounds like it could have come from about 1986, perhaps stuck to a weekly music magazine and contained in a crude media device known as a cassette tape. This is representative of a time when the plume of jangling guitars filled the air and voices like the one Jedediah Smith owns were the thing of legend. But, My Teenage Stride are from the here and now and quietly go about their business releasing albums dotted with crested pop gems. At times they employ a technique that reminds one of a charging Wedding Present with chords spun with the dynamism of an airplane propeller. I’d take this over a caffeine fix any day of the week. KD

My Teenage Stride – To Live And Die In The Airport Lounge

Watch The Video To They Are Alone In Their Principles

More Info: Official & Myspace
Buy Album: Ears Like Golden Bats
Year: 2007

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