Harvey Girls` 9-notch outing can be considered a classic indie pop
album where jangly guitar-based templates are mixed up with
synthesised effects and with some electronic music around it.
However, recent understanding of indie music is already changed
because the synthesisers have conquered the scene and mostly the
result used to be quite cold and making no difference. There is no naivety, there is no belief for better future. Frequently all is changed into a repellent electronic gross. Do you like
such combos as Kasabian, and 1975? I do not like them. Do you like
Primal Scream in the year of 2016 and 2017? I do not like it.
However, Primal Scream`s Vanishing Point (1997, Creation) is
one of the best albums throughout the time. The album starts off with
Green Light, the first chords of it remind of Pulp`s Do You
Remember The First Time. I like if guitars and synths are
balanced on a release or the artists trying to avoid lame synthesised
sounds (for instance, The Smiths` album Queen Is Dead, and
Strangeways Here We Come, and Blur`s Blur, and Mercury
Rev`s Light In You, and Animal Collective`s first five albums, and Sufjan Steven`s albumsare great ones with regard to it). The
point of mine is also related to the belief that sonic effect based
approach cannot replace solid songwriting. The Harvey Girls succeeds
doing it. The album embraces catchy melodies and experiments due to
song structures and sounds. It is filled with hirsute noises and
gentle jingle-jangling sounds, with expressive and restrained moods.
Furthermore, I could not resist singing in unison by female and male
voices. All is craftily balanced on the album being released under