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CD Review: Micachu and the Shapes 

Never (Rough Trade)

Armed with a homemade acoustic guitar and boundless energy, 24-year-old Mica Levi twists what you know about modern-day indie rock and tosses out something that resembles pop music for open-minded industrialists. Is that a vacuum cleaner we hear in "Easy," the opening cut on her British band's second album? And what's going on with that saxophone-sounding thing in "OK"? Consider it post-post-punk.

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