Deep Elm Twenty Year Retrospective

3AM Eternal: Brandston/Camber Split (2003)

I said this back then:

A CD-single with value and economy in mind! Legendary emo-rock label Deep Elm has changed over the past year or so, but these bands really hint at what made the label great: loud, powerful rock music with more than a hint or two of all that ’emotional’ stuff. It’s a bit different, though; Brandston offer up a new song, “Dead Animals,” that’s a nice little maturation from their previous EP. Camber offer three songs, all of which are excellent, but I’m most fond of “I Could Not Care Less.” though I also like the acoustic, kinda GBV-ish “Goodbye Mr. Spalding,” too

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