The Toronto dance-punk duo's comeback single opens with a riff so bracing you'll wonder how we made it through 10 years without a new LP from them. Nearly four minutes later, the song hasn't gone anywhere – and you remember that Sleigh Bells have been doing this better for at least the past five.
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- "Trainwreck 1979"
From The Archives Issue 1215: August 14, 2014
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