Wolf Parade Shows a Mature, Polished Side on 'At Mount Zoomer'

Baltimore City Paper | July 8, 2008
Part of it is the recording: It sounds more professional. The drums are mixed down and don't have that ragged, recorded-in-a-concrete-closet feeling. The record has more interest in melody--guitars are used as paint instead of gasoline.

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