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Omni, Fake Fruit, Dorio

How many times can you re-create post-punk’s founding barbed wire guitar? For Atlanta trio Omni, the limit does not exist. Sure, there’s some obvious Wire influence on February’s Souvenir, but angular riffs, thumping bass, and snappy percussion never get old when done well. Opener “Exacto” beautifies singer-bassist Philip Frobos’ chopped vocals with sustained high notes and glimmering keys, while Automatic singer Izzy Glaudini lends her detached voice to “Plastic Pyramid,” whose droning background synths recall the L.A. band’s own gloriously buzzy psych-pop. Bay Area contemporaries Fake Fruit and Austin bedroom poppers Dorio complete the fuzzed-out bill. – Carys Anderson
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