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British Columbia Garage Rock

Nat Allister
A review of "Let Me Be" by The New Jangles
Written March 17th, 2017, 9:38 am by

Nat Allister FROM Fox & Beggar Theater Inc.

SongLadder Editor
The New Jangles, from Vancouver, feel firmly at home in the Garage Rock Revival movement, pioneered in the 21st century by groups like The Strokes and The Vines. A rough punky sound, minimal instrumentation, high musical energy, and swing-style drumbeat are all telltale indicators, and the Jangles use all of these well. The singer is dynamite, and the band matches pace with some great basslines, mad key solos, and frantically fun drumming. This song sent me fond memories of Jet's 2009 hit "Are You Gonna Be My Girl." The New Jangles are undoubtedly able to rock a fun warehouse show in their hometown... though if they want to make a national name for themselves, they might need to find a way to diversify their sound a little bit.

The most impressive instrumental/vocal performance in this recording is

Bass, drums

"Let Me Be" is reminiscent of well-known artists such as


Let's Be Fake Friends

Music Climbing Naturally
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