Yo La Tengo – Ohm

January 15, 2013

“Nothing ever stays the same” says Yo La Tengo in “Ohm”, the lo-fi opening track from their newest LP, Fade. The simplicity of the song is apparent

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from the get go. A repetitive guitar rift is backed by train-track like percussion which rolls along throughout the entire track. But it builds and gain warmth as time passes. About three minutes and thirty seconds in comes a guitar solo, followed by increased static and volume of the guitar which drowns out the chorus. Yo La Tengo puts you into a trance of joy and high spirits. And when the percussion breaks the pattern with loud snare fills, the simplicity of the song is completely lost. Yo La Tengo is a band willing to take the risk of evolving their sound and Fade proves it.

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