'apple juice' builds on henrick's layered homemade power pop sound, at time reaching depths of heaviness unheard on the previous release. the sound collage approach of hyper-melodic jams dissolving into found sound space outs, and in the case of this album, some weird 8-bit, voice-pitched passages, remains. henrick's ear for a timeless rock melody has only grown stronger, as his ability to bury that melody under layers of weirdness. another one in the recommended column.
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