Dig Me Out - The 90s rock podcast

#484: Less Is More by Even

April 21, 2020

Forging a sound out of American grunge and alternative along with British Invasion hooks and power pop melodies may seem like a recipe for disaster, but on their 1996 debut Less Is More, the Melbourne, Australian trio Even find the right balance. Channeling a Kurt Cobain cadence on one track and a John Lennon howl on another works best when the band keeps the songs short and tight, with plenty of catchy guitar riffs toss around. While we dug the high energy performances that pre-date the garage rock revival to come at the end of the decade, some of the production and rhythm choices (or lack of) left us wanting.


Songs In This Episode:


Intro - Karmic Flop

14:35 - End To End

19:45 - Don't Wait

26:02 - Eternal Teen

31:29 - No One Understands Me

Outro - Dean Morris



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