Walboom – Vultures (Review)

Walboom - Vultures (Review)

Walboom are indie-rock revisionists militarizing their disco-bass vocal melodies, while in a distant funk past these would have featured only as layers for lyrical frosting. 

In indie-pop’s endless quest to write desert-dance songs, bands will stop at nothing from grabbing the most thigh-splitting grooves from anywhere they see fit. 

Walboom are looking to populate the same discos as their peers, but their grooves are following them like an obedient dog on a chain. 

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