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The Fuzz-Pop World of Blue Wisteria

If you're not yet quite familiar with the sounds of Blue Wisteria, then let us be among the first to introduce you because they recently released a full-length record that never ceases to surprise the longer you listen to it.

Having released a series of singles and EPs since 2020, this project is something quite special because the new LP dubbed Sucrose, really has a unique way of reaching this alternative pop synchronicity with personality.

There are a lot of beautifully performed Melodies and hooks that come through both musically and vocally that come together and make something that is memorable.

These songs have a lot of youthful fortitude, and they really have a way of sounding distinct with an exceptional and very noteworthy set of songs strewn across this album.

It's definitely been a little bit since hearing musical hooks like this and I certainly feel like a lot of people miss those things about any sort of pop music, but this band has a great way of bringing in that garage Rock sound to those pop attributes.

These tracks are absolutely as far away from cookie-cutter as it gets, and they still come through catchy and some of them even have this more modern twist of classic songwriting styles which I really enjoyed.

There's lots of fun guitar feedback wheeling and weaning throughout some of the songs and this is what gives them that harder feel for some of the record.

There's this little insinuation of aggression that sort of lurks and peeks its head in and out throughout the record.

This was very cool and anyone who's into classic sort of almost post punk and alternative pop and garage rock and even certain levels of alternative rock would love this release and should definitely listen to it.

I give this an 8 out of 10 hands down.

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