Review: Circles – “When the Big River Floods”

Free jazz meets garage rock.

In short order, bluesy guitar riffs stumble along, drums skirt around a verse or two and singer/songwriter Nick Millevoi bellows.

But this isn’t all messing around. Once you’re ready to write off the disc, the quartet unleashes the high-octane anthem “Song for the Suburbs” and the grungy afterthoughts of “Morning.” It’s only then the group hits it stride.

The closing song, with its bluesy guitars and roaring vocals, could make Jon Spencer blush. – Punk Planet, May/June 2007

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