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Lock And Key

No Fate (Deep Elm)
by Jessica Parker

Lock And Key's seven-song debut EP is a crazy (but good) mess of punk, indie rock, and post-hardcore. A few of the songs include instrumental fast-paced minutes that may lack the gruff vocals, but definitely project and smoothly continue Shanahan's vocal style. What's good about No Fate is that the vocals and music are seamlessly intertwined. This is how Lock And Key gets across their message. Most bands settle for creating a song and conveying their message with the lyrics. Lock And Key's guitars furiously strain at the bit, drums emit a rapid-fire, and Shanahan's voice reels urgently to create a united front of devastatingly good-sounding music.
(PO Box 36939 Charlotte, NC 28236)


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