Akron/Family & Angels Of Light

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Akron/Family & Angels Of Light

Akron/Family & Angels Of Light

Akron/Family & Angels Of Light by Akron/Family & Angels Of Light

Release Date: Nov 8, 2005
Record label: Young God
Genre(s): Indie, Rock

70 Music Critic Score
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Akron/Family & Angels Of Light - Fairly Good, Based on 2 Critics

AllMusic - 70
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70

On Akron/Family & Angels of Light, the most functional if unrelated family in Brooklyn shares disc space with Angels of Light, a band made up of Akron/Family plus Young God Records honcho Michael Gira. There's nothing weird about the pairing -- the four Akron members simply stop being fake kin for a while and join Gira for the record's final five songs -- but few would venture to say the disc itself is not weird. Which doesn't preclude it from sounding great.

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Dusted Magazine
Their review was positive

Proteges – ex-Swan leader Michael Gira knows how to pick 'em. To wit: The success of current neo-folk darling Devendra Banhart, whose first few albums Gira released on his Young God label, while also having subsequently employed Banhart as one of his Angels of Light. Likewise, when it came time to for the most recent restaff of AoL's ever-mutable lineup, Gira employed Brooklynites the Akron/Family, which perform an admirable double role on this latest release, their second on Young God.

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