It’s been ten months since the Nothing People’s debut album - Anonymous - came out and since then we’ve heard nothing but praise. In fact, the record wound up on many a "Best of 2008" list. We are thinking that Late Night, their second full length, is gonna make even more people happy. From the sci-fi, psych, proto punk bombast of the first, the Nothing People shift gears into a moodier, darker, and creepier existance. On Late Night you hear hints of Dream Syndicate’s Karl Precoda, the later fucked up work of Scott Walker, the bad vibe side of Syd Barrett, and bits from that obscure subterranean world where psych met glam on a downward loop. This record does sound like a late night, on a deserted highway, maybe somewhere around the farm town of Orland, CA, where these three - nope four (they added a former Monoshock keyboardist!) - are from.
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