Meho Plaza runs their riffs all over as they rock it lo-fi. - Oh My Rockness

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Meho Plaza runs their riffs all over as they rock it lo-fi.

September 08, 2008
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L.A.'s Meho Plaza are an explosively experimental lo-fi band that can be compared to the (very) modern underground heroes HEALTH and No Age. The two dudes and one lady that make up Meho Plaza like to synth their short songs up in a messy and most muddled way. Yet, the result is something strangely catchy.

They make their sounds using cheap casios, a noisy guitar seemingly straight off the rack at Woolworth's, and drums pummeled through a few layers of distorted and blurry haze. This music is minimalistic without being boring and inventive without falling for pretension. You certainly can try to tap your toes to Meho Plaza's often bouncy beats, but the band's beautifully bizarre time signatures will most likely have you scratching your head in befuddled appreciation.

Meho Plaza play The Smell, on Friday, September 12th.

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