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Matt and Kim 11/2/2010

Review

Matt & Kim are the indie pop equivalent of Red Bull and vodka: sweet, easy to swallow, and capable of delivering a kick on the way down. The Brooklyn lovebirds stick to what they do best on their third album, which reprises the formula that made their previous record, Grand, an underground success. Synthesizers, drums, and major-key chord progressions are the name of the game, with New York serving as the backdrop for most of Matt’s lyrics. The biggest difference between Sidewalks and the albums that preceded it, though, is its sparkling hi-fi sound. While Grand was recorded in Matt’s childhood hood, these ten songs were tracked in a pair of professional studios, and the resulting pop music is buffed to a spit-shine. ~ Andrew Leahey
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Block After Block Matt and Kim 2:55
  3. 2 AM/FM Sound Matt and Kim 3:12
  4. 3 Cameras Matt and Kim 3:30
  5. 4 Red Paint Matt and Kim 3:5
  6. 5 Where You're Coming From Matt and Kim 4:6
  7. 6 Good for Great Matt and Kim 3:49
  8. 7 Northeast Matt and Kim 2:50
  9. 8 Wires Matt and Kim 3:57
  10. 9 Silver Tiles Matt and Kim 3:35
  11. 10 Ice Melts Matt and Kim 3:44

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