The Game of Monogamy
10/28/2010 | Pastepunk.com | www.pastepunk.com | Album Review
The Game of Monogamy may have another meaning if the success of Tim Kasher's debut solo full-length turns out to be a lethal blow to the vital signs of CURSIVE. And I think I'm cool with that, especially if it leads to more of Kasher's gorgeous blend of orchestral pop and smooth rolling indie rock (moody trumpet included). Confident sounding and free from CURSIVE's occasional battle with overwrought, clunky instrumentation, Kasher bounces around on here with a youthful glee, even while burying himself in difficult personal topics and battles. Let's not make this one a prerequisite for getting a marriage license.
LP / CD / MP3