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Moving Units

Saturday, November 21 | Limelight

Moving Units is the band I wish was playing at every gay bar that isn't country or western themed. Their Newest LP Neurotic Exotic sounds suspiciously like they're reaching for the high-fructose rock candy crown of modern dance music I believed singer Blake Miller was critiquing and détourning on Dangerous Dreams and Moving Units. Maybe it was the company he kept (31G Records, Festival of Dead Deer). Miller sounded anxious, too coked-up to fuck but completely lucid, empathetic and sexual; dry and nasal — like he'd been up for days reading Anaïs Nin and snorting horny goat weed and cotton. New single "The World is Ours" is an unwanted glitter-dong in my face. Praying for oldies. — DTB

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