Making Beds In A Buring House





Chicago's Troubled Hubble (yes, they're named after the telescope, so what? Science is cool.) are the best band you've never heard of. If you have heard of them, or better yet, heard their music, then give yourself two gold stars on your cool kid report card. Coming together in '99, the band has feasted on a steady diet of DIY everything, including touring, record-releasing and van repairing. They now have a rabid fan base all across the Midwest and a new record deal with Lookout! for the release of their latest offering, Making Beds In A Burning House. One of the most powerful indie records I've heard in a long time, Making Beds... combines intelligent, heartfelt lyrics with jangly guitars, driving percussion and overall sound musicianship to form an intoxicating new soundtrack to your summertime. Reminiscent of and possibly inspired by The Dismemberment Plan and The Promise Ring, Modest Mouse and Built-To-Spill, Troubled Hubble blend the best parts of each into a vitamin-rich smoothy of Midwestern indie rock perfection. Stand out tracks include the first single "Ear, Nose And Throat", the humorously-titled "I'm Pretty Sure I Can See Molecules" and the dancy "The Do That Build The House".

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Making Beds In A Buring House