Album Review: The Corridors – “End Of The Times”

Album Cover The Corridors

Band: The Corridors
Album: End Of The Times
By: M. Loop

Beatles, REM, Apples In Stereo, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead and Motorpsycho sounds pervade the new album “End Of The Times” by The Corridors. They paint paisley colors throughout their joyous celebration of indie pop.

Guitarist, vocalist Adi Mosko has a fine, quirky voice that adds character to these well written tunes. These are bop your head along to the beat songs, excellent for a late night drive by the ocean. Some have a real dream world quality.

Keyboardist Roi Tal, bassist Peleg and drummer Mor add quality performances to the album’s clean arrangements. Nothing is out of place. There are some very creative break down sections with effected vocals and nice moody keyboards.

I very much enjoyed their version of Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire”. It was very beautiful, creatively arranged and passionately sung. Major props on this one!

Album highlight “Empty Holes” is a special slice of indie – alternative rock and should proceed directly to radio. Movie and television placement professionals should be lining up for this tune.

While the Corridors creative take on indie pop has garnered them quite a bit of airplay and recognition, the wonderful music on “End Of The Times” should open some doors previously unavailable to them .

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