Seattle Office of Film + Music

November 9, 2010, 1:20 pm
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In the latest installment of its “Between the Grooves” series, PopMatters offers a fascinating, in-depth examination of “Teeth Like God’s Shoeshine,” a hidden gem of a song from those illustrious indie rockers from the Eastside, Modest Mouse. The feature analyzes the track, off the band’s 1997 album The Lonesome Crowded West, line-by-line, offering telling insight into the formative days of the group. The verdict: “Teeth Like God’s Shoeshine” is “a seven-minute trip of singular revelation, [that] introduces Modest Mouse as a force impossible to ignore.” To read the full article, check out the link.

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