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    March 20, 2014

    The New York Times has named Young the Giant as a band who shows growth with their latest album release, Mind Over Matter.

    “Mind Over Matter” has a fuller, brassier sound than this group’s debut, and especially emphasizes the guitars of Jacob Tilley and Eric Cannata, which are dirty on “It’s About Time” and meditative on “Firelight.” All together, the group gobbles up bits of several segments of rock history — prog-rock, boogie metal, Southern rock, soft rock, new wave, dance-rock, and more — and claims ownership of them.

    Click HERE to read the full review.

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on March 20, 2014 - 3:16pm

The New York Times has named Young the Giant as a band who shows growth with their latest album release, Mind Over Matter.

“Mind Over Matter” has a fuller, brassier sound than this group’s debut, and especially emphasizes the guitars of Jacob Tilley and Eric Cannata, which are dirty on “It’s About Time” and meditative on “Firelight.” All together, the group gobbles up bits of several segments of rock history — prog-rock, boogie metal, Southern rock, soft rock, new wave, dance-rock, and more — and claims ownership of them.

Click HERE to read the full review.