The Mark Inside
Static/ Crash
In an age when bands are constantly, instantly pegged to specific genres, The Mark Inside defies all generalizations, straying from formulaic rock and taking a walk down an eclectic avenue. From the garage-rock anthem “Sweet Little Sister” to the highly danceable “Coming Back Under Attack,” the deep, bluesy “Dead Already” to the indie rocker “The Deeper I Go,” the debut Static/Crash features strokes of Rolling Stones, Pavement and the White Stripes. But overall, it’s truly a sound (or sounds) of their own. Inconsistency is the key for these Whitby, Ontario, natives — and not that it’s always a bad thing. Leadoff single “Carousel” could make them stars, but it’s the rampant diversity that will either make or break this band.
—Jon Bruhm
categories: Canadian artist

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