Thursday, July 24, 2014

Detroit's Hot Metro Finds Covers The Elusive New Pixies Album

(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 23, 2014 ) Detroit, Michigan – It has been 20 years since the Alternative rock band, “The Pixies” has produced any new music. That has left a serious void in the hole of pop music and have spawned many imitators in that time span. Some of them have borrowed the famous Kim Deal bass lines and have echoed the eerie lead vocals of Frank Black. But none of these bands have come close to creating a full Pixies sound that has made the 4AD band so iconic to the late 80’s and early 90’s. All that has changed now with a new collection of EP’s and a full album called, “Indy Cindy”.

Detroit based Hot Metro Finds has ripped the album apart to pull out its essence and look at the focal points of what makes this album work. On many levels it is still the same band creating a unified sound out of minimalist vibrations. This album is created minus original member Kim Deal and that has caused some concerns among its original fan base. The Hot Metro Finds take is positive and the review is split up between two of the sites writers for a slightly different view on the subject. What comes out is a critical look at the bands first release, “EP2” and the full release of, “Indy Cindy”. 

The Pixies have left 4AD Records and have embarked on a new era with its own record label. The album cover is designed by original graphic artist Vaughn Oliver. That graphic style is one in the same with the band and has brought visual relevance to the Pixies one of a kind sound. The delicate elements of the graphics carries through from the typography and the rough and edgy presentation. On this round the look of Oliver is not as instantly identified as early works.

Hot Metro Finds is an entertainment based website with a focus on Detroit. The site goes a bit beyond the typical news sites on the web. It probes back into the rich history of what the band meant to the city of Detroit and even offers insight on the original fan base. Some of these stories go back to legendary Detroit locations such as St. Andrews Hall where the Pixies played during the Doolittle tour.

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