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Review: Motion Turns It On, Live At The Southpaw

August 5th, 2008 · No Comments

Live At The Southpaw

Motion Turns It On
Live At The Southpaw

With hints of jazz, modern post-rock, and a heavy dose of prog, the album—recorded at Brooklyn’s Southpaw—gives listeners a taste of the four-piece in their best environment: live. Many times, instrumental rock bands fail to capture the intensity of their live sets, but Motion Turns It On have avoided that trap in the past. Last year’s Rima EP was impressive, but Live At The Southpaw cements the group’s place as one of Houston’s most technically proficient and inventive bands making music today.

The jaw-droppingly amazing Live At The Southpaw is available today (Tuesday, 8.5.08) via iTunes (for $3.96!) and Snocap.

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