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Mirror Traffic

by Stephen Malkmus

Mirror Traffic by Stephen Malkmus

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Mirror Traffic

by Stephen Malkmus

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Label: Matador
"I cannot even do one sit-up/ Sit-ups are so bourgeois." We rely on Steve for such loopy bon mots, and he delivers on Mirror Traffic, his first post-Pavement-reunion outing with his long-running post-Pavement band. Earlier Jicks efforts were knotty and proggy and intimidating, but this one's warm and sweet, full of cheery guitar noodling and fuzz-pop delights like "Stick Figures in Love." Full of great titles ("Forever 28") and great lines, there's a refreshing air of open-hearted uncoolness.

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"I cannot even do one sit-up/ Sit-ups are so bourgeois." We rely on Steve for such loopy bon mots, and he delivers on Mirror Traffic, his first post-Pavement-reunion outing with his long-running post-Pavement band. Earlier Jicks efforts were knotty and proggy and intimidating, but this one's warm and sweet, full of cheery guitar noodling and fuzz-pop delights like "Stick Figures in Love." Full of great titles ("Forever 28") and great lines, there's a refreshing air of open-hearted uncoolness.

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About This Album

"I cannot even do one sit-up/ Sit-ups are so bourgeois." We rely on Steve for such loopy bon mots, and he delivers on Mirror Traffic, his first post-Pavement-reunion outing with his long-running post-Pavement band. Earlier Jicks efforts were knotty and proggy and intimidating, but this one's warm and sweet, full of cheery guitar noodling and fuzz-pop delights like "Stick Figures in Love." Full of great titles ("Forever 28") and great lines, there's a refreshing air of open-hearted uncoolness.