Age/Sex/Occupation – This Side Of The FencePortland trio Age/Sex/Occupation converged on the left coast, but their roots have chutes all across North America. The darlings of Indie Soul-Rock, Age/Sex/Occupation range from soul to pop to gritty blues on their upcoming album, This Side Of The Fence (due out on May 29, 2012.) Working with producer Jordan Richter (Caves, Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers), Age/Sex/Occupation step out of the past into a fractured present and make it their own. Songs such as “Dirty Isn’t Dirty” and “Zombie” are a party waiting to happen, and Age/Sex/Occupation shows off a brilliant melodic sensibility on the “Another World” and the McCartney-esque “The Day I Ignored Street Signs”. The influence of late 1960’s and early 1970’s rock n roll, R&B and blues are all everywhere, and Age/Sex/Occupation play it all out like they lived through it the first time. This Side Of The Fence is a worthy effort.
Rating: 3 Stars (Out of 5)
Learn more about Age/Sex/Occupation at www.myspace.com/agesexoccupation or on Facebook. This Side Of The Fence drops on May 29, 2012. Keep checking the band's website(s) for updates.
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