In The Feeling, Naomi Punk uses their 90s grunge influence to capture the unhinged energy of modern-day twenty-somethings. The band displays a great range of sound throughout their album, as tracks vary in genre, length, and mixing techniques. “Linoleum Tryst” is pure punk with angsty lyrics and unabridged electric guitar mixed with upbeat drum patterns. Tracks “CLS + Death Junket” and “Eon of Love” are more experimental; they are shorter and contain no vocals but remain entertaining through distorted instrumentals and tranquilizing electronic sounds. Whereas in “Trashworld”, the instruments sound much more raw. You can tell that mixing effects vary from song to song. Yet consistent use of rock instruments and an overall attitude of angst tie this album together, creating a listening experience where surprise is met with satisfaction.

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Genre: Rock

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