March 2014 National Music Reviews

Review: The Men – Tomorrow’s Hits

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The Men
Tomorrow’s Hits
Sacred Bones
Street 03.04
The Men = Ryan Adams + White Denim
People never stopped making (what would now be considered) classic rock. Tomorrow’s Hits is a classic rock album at its core, with strong influences from Ted Nugent and Neil Young. With its wailing vocals and persistent, chugging beat “Different Days” sounds like an old B-side from The Walkmen. Each song sounds like it could have been featured on The Big Lebowski soundtrack. It seems that The Men have been moving away from their aggressive roots in favor of piano riffs, harmonicas, and slow, steady guitar solos. It is a step forward. –Cody Hudson

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