The Good Life - Everybody's Coming Down (album stream)

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A common critique of a musician’s collection is “All of their songs sound the same.” This absolutely can’t apply to the new Good Life album, Everybody’s Coming Down, their first release in nearly a decade. Cursive leader Tim Kasher’s side-project-turned-actual-project doesn’t swear by one style; instrumental synth track “Happy Hour” pushes the Good Life somewhere near jam-band territory, while “Ad Nausea” experiments with math-rock tempos and tendencies. Kasher’s lyrics are playful but analytical - “Holy shit that we even exist!” - as well as self-deprecating, often delivered in melodies that mimic the guitar riffs. Some say the Good Life sound like Superchunk and Weezer, while the band cites the likes of Tom Waits and Can as influences. They even pull some of the same strings that make me love weirdo punk-rap-folk group WHY? So, yeah, every song can’t possibly sound the same, and Everybody’s Coming Down is all the better for it. 
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