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Neighbors is the first EP from Max Deadroom, the new outfit from Denver based multi-instrumentalist and producer Max Lewis.
Already known for his production wizardry and instrumentation in Columbus, OH’s groove-shamans, Way Yes, Neighbors marks Lewis’s first solo release since moving westward. The five song EP kicks off with ‘Gulp’, which at first sounds like a New Order demo tape. “That’s hard to swallow. I know. I won’t be theatrical. I won’t,” croons Lewis, just before unleashing a legion of melodic buzzsaws and warped samples that invoke both the heyday shoe-gaze of My Bloody Valentine and the industrial edge of Nine Inch Nails. “I know it’s none of my business who’s been buying you tickets to go to a different show.”
The ensuing EP sounds like James Murphy crashing a party at Elliot Smith’s house. And you’re invited, if that sounds like your thing.
For those who are fans of: LCD Soundsystem, Sufjan Stevens, The Cure, The Books, Bon Iver, B.A.D., Death Cab for Cutie and The National.

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