Lots of tags are applied to Shiner - progressive, emo, alternative, math rock, space rock - but all that really matters is the songs.
On episode #52 of Dig Me Out, we review the 1997 album Lula Divinia by Shiner. Lots of tags are applied to Shiner - progressive, emo, alternative, angular, math rock, space rock - but all that really matters is the songs. So does Shiner deliver the goods? They've definitely got the musical chops, but is it at the expense of the vocals?
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