“Proof of just how powerful these two can be,” Pitchfork
Posted Monday, February 17th, 2014 at 4:20 am
White Mystery: “Unteddy” [self-released]
It’s like clockwork: Every April 20, Chicago brother-and-sister duo White Mystery put out a new record. This year, it’s the double LP Dubble Dragon—one half is a new studio album, the other has songs recorded live at Chicago’s Double Door. “Unteddy” is further proof of just how powerful these two can be. While Francis White’s drum sound seems to land harder than ever, Miss Alex White’s guitar thrives in its dense, opaque low end. The song is raw power, and when it finally begins to slow down, it’s with Alex’s entirely badass tapping solo. This band gets better and better.
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