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9 thoughts on “ Cant You See - Women - Public Strain (CD, Album)

  1. Public Strain is the sound of a young band still exploring the depths of their burgeoning sound, and while there is plenty of prudent experimentation found throughout the album, Women still get it completely right Read Review. | music OMH. A curious, restless album but one with plenty of rewards Read Review.
  2. Sep 30,  · Women's debut revved up quickly-- a minute's worth of garage-rock stomp dropped straight into the throbbing art-noise of "Lawncare". Public Strain is a more subdued record. Album opener, "Can't You.
  3. Dec 12,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Public Strain on Discogs/5().
  4. The subtly gorgeous ballad “Can’t You See” sets the tone of the record well, introducing the seclusion Public Strain wears and twists into bitterness or ironic sunniness to keep its real character hidden. Women are a band that shows so many sides but never a single, pigeonholing identity because I don't think they want one.
  5. I like Women, but they don't like me. Not, as some of you must no doubt be thinking, the tragic subtext to my career in music journalism to date, but an assertion about the indie four-piece from Calgary whose second album, Public Strain, seems possessed of an even more prickly intelligence than their first. I mean, they can't like me – this is a record that seems to have .
  6. about. On their debut self-titled album, Women embraced sonic brashness that deeper examination revealed to be tinted with sly pop melody. With Public Strain the band honed a sound truthful to that reverb drenched noise while allowing the pop sensibilities to surface into clearer focus. From the opening strains of "Can't You See" it's clear that the album is far .
  7. Mar 24,  · Women perform "Cant See You" from Public Strain at Dan Bro Studios in Bushwick, Brooklyn (). Directed by RJ Bentler Edited by Michael Garber SUBSC.
  8. Public Strain, an Album by Women. Released 28 September on Jagjaguwar (catalog no. JAG; CD). Genres: Post-Punk, Indie Rock. Featured peformers: Chad VanGaalen (recording engineer, mixing engineer), Richard Harrow (aka_text {mastering engineer} .
  9. Sep 28,  · Can't You See Lyrics: Waiting for the night / Feelings blind air / Can't you see / Can't you see / Not so sure that / I've seen this face before / Can't you see / Can't you see / The beaten chill of.

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