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Noisy Neighbors

New sounds from close to home

By Matt Parish
Globe Correspondent / February 3, 2012
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This EP (a humble thing to call the seven expansive songs of “Midwest Manners’’) finds local trio Sinnet ripping their way through a very studious, carefully arranged, and sometimes cathartic slew of twangy indie-pop. This crew operates on solid melodies cribbed from ‘90s alt-rock, including nods to the stubbornly introverted (plenty of Elliott Smith influence here) and the perfectly commercial (opener “Paper Chandeliers’’ even brings to mind the days of Fastball and Wallflowers).

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