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Yo Bradbury
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Yo Bradbury
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College, Indie, lo-fi
"So here's the deal. The Reverend Yo Bradbury missed the memo about the Heaven's Gate's farewell. Now, in the aftermath, this alleged 40th member of the posse wrote an album to express his grief, cope with losing his "family" and as a means to get on with his life. The result is a concept album that rides a dated gimmick into the ground, hoping it might substitute for content and overshadow the monotonal, clichï-ridden lyrics -- think Stephen Wright. Pot smoking cults, masturbating while drinking, getting anonymous head while standing around the campfire, finger painting while stoned, escaping from the clan and other pseudo-motivational deep thoughts abound, intended as humor but garnering no giggles. This is unfortunate, as Bradbury's mixing and production is decent, as far as lo-fi home-produced music goes. "BBs for the Amish", which shows off cool little IDM glitches and time stretches, exhibits real potential, but stumbles downhill from there. It's a decent framework, but Bradbury squanders it on uninspired lyrics on a very tired topic. Perhaps the intended message here is an overall feeling of apathy and a numb aesthetic. If so, job well done." -- Dave Madden ********************************************** This article can be found here... http://www.splendidezine.com/review.html?reviewid=112142214512577 ********************************************** Yo Bradbury was a survivor from the notorious "Heaven's Gate" church. He had a prior engagement on the day that the rest of the cult had their ïfinalï meeting and went to the ïabove humanï level wearing their trademark Nikeïs. His music is bizarre, like the Human League on bad acid. ïStrangenessï just for the sake of ïstrangenessï does not necessarily make for good music! Although the lyrics are often humorous, it isnït enough to save these often dreadful dirges from making you ask God one question: why did he prevent Yo Bradbury from missing that crucial final meeting of the ïHeavenïs Gateï cult? Stick with Charlie Manson if you want infamous cult music. At least Charlie had some talent! ************************************************ Reviewed by: Scott Platt. Article found here... http://www.earcandymag.com/reviews32.htm ************************************************
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