Shiny Around The Edges Is "Ambivalently Fierce."

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Peter Salisbury

A little over a month ago now, Merritt Martin offered up her praise for Shiny Around The Edge's latest release, Holy Roller. This week, All Music Guide does the same, saying that the married Denton duo's disc "might be the best ambivalently fierce album of its kind since Low's underrated The Great Destroyer," and giving it four stars in its five-star rating system. Read the whole review here.


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