Forget Tomorrow

Album Review of Forget Tomorrow by Macha.

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Forget Tomorrow


Forget Tomorrow by Macha

Release Date: Aug 3, 2004
Record label: Jet Set
Genre(s): Indie, Rock

60 Music Critic Score
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Forget Tomorrow - Average, Based on 1 Critics

AllMusic - 60
Based on rating 6/10

Four years since their last release -- the wonderful collaboration Macha Loved Bedhead -- and five years after their last proper album, See It Another Way, came out, Macha returned with Forget Tomorrow. The band attempts to make up for lost time by incorporating the synth pop and punk-funk trends of the early 2000s into the fusion of indie rock and pan-cultural music that made the band so distinctive-sounding in the '90s. However, these nods to recent and current musical fads end up detracting from Macha's sound as often as they enhance it; "Forget Tomorrow" itself borrows from both dream pop and synth pop, but sounds forced and hollow, especially compared to artists like Dykehouse, whose Midrange treads similar ground with more vitality and imagination.

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