The Solo Drone Demo Tape Reviews

Puddle, Dricket

From: Instant Magazine, Mar 1996
Author: Solo

Last modified on April 23, 1996.

Good title, loud, and then even aster[sp]. That might not be so grating if Puddle occasional offered relief in some form of a break or change or melody. Though the band is tight, the music seems, for the most part, unfocused. I did enjoy the clever and subtle use of acoustic guitar in this mix adds anice unexpected texture to the recording. Occassionally, the vocalist (which appears to be shared territory here) seems to find his range and the music takes a pleasant turn as in "" and "Is it Really What it Is". Every house needs a foundation... For more info, Box 275, Boylston, MA 01583 (508) 460-9746.

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