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Incinerator

Jimbo Mathus

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"Introspective" is generally not the first word people think of when they talk about Jimbo Mathus and his music. Much of his best and best-known work has been dominated by a bluesy stomp and a willingness to throw caution to the wind, both musically and lyrically. Although the swampy grit that won Mathus his reputation can certainly be found on 2019's Incinerator, most of the time it's overshadowed by more thoughtful material, late-night laments in which he ponders love gone wrong or decisions made poorly. While Mathus has never sounded less than passionate on his recordings, this time he wears his heart on his sleeve in a whole new way. The moody, string-laden "Really Hurt Someone" sounds like one of Frank Sinatra's saloon songs of the '50s rewired by Ray Charles, "Been Unraveling" recalls a better-grounded version of Big Star's Third in its deep-echo loneliness, and "Sunk a Little Loa" has at least one foot in '70s soft rock (though the noisy guitar work would have kept it off the radio back in the day). Mathus also lifts a few melodic moves from Jimi Hendrix's "The Wind Cries Mary" for "Sunken Road" (which features guest vocals from Lilly Hiatt), and he makes them work. The old Jimbo does make himself heard on "Alligator Fish," a gleefully swampy rocker that suggests he's been listening to a lot of Captain Beefheart; elsewhere, the thirsty cowboy's lament "South of Laredo" is good, loose-limbed fun, and his closing cover of the Carter Family's "Give Me the Roses" is steeped in the sort of Southern tradition that's at the root of his best work. But if you've ever wanted a Jimbo Mathus album for a rare dark night of the soul, Incinerator is just that kind of music, and he makes it connect with the same loosely tight commitment that fans would expect. Seeing as it came after a reunion album and tour with the ever-upbeat Squirrel Nut Zippers, perhaps Incinerator represents Mathus making a kind of music he couldn't get away with for most of 2018, but whatever the reason, this is a change of pace that works well more often than not. ~ Mark Deming

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Incinerator 00:03:22

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Really Hurt Someone 00:04:11

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South of Laredo 00:03:26

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Been Unraveling 00:05:25

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Alligator Fish 00:03:52

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Sunk a Little Loa 00:02:53

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Jack Told the Devil 00:03:20

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Sunken Road 00:04:14

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Never Know Till It's Gone 00:03:38

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Give Me the Roses 00:03:14

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"Introspective" is generally not the first word people think of when they talk about Jimbo Mathus and his music. Much of his best and best-known work has been dominated by a bluesy stomp and a willingness to throw caution to the wind, both musically and lyrically. Although the swampy grit that won Mathus his reputation can certainly be found on 2019's Incinerator, most of the time it's overshadowed by more thoughtful material, late-night laments in which he ponders love gone wrong or decisions made poorly. While Mathus has never sounded less than passionate on his recordings, this time he wears his heart on his sleeve in a whole new way. The moody, string-laden "Really Hurt Someone" sounds like one of Frank Sinatra's saloon songs of the '50s rewired by Ray Charles, "Been Unraveling" recalls a better-grounded version of Big Star's Third in its deep-echo loneliness, and "Sunk a Little Loa" has at least one foot in '70s soft rock (though the noisy guitar work would have kept it off the radio back in the day). Mathus also lifts a few melodic moves from Jimi Hendrix's "The Wind Cries Mary" for "Sunken Road" (which features guest vocals from Lilly Hiatt), and he makes them work. The old Jimbo does make himself heard on "Alligator Fish," a gleefully swampy rocker that suggests he's been listening to a lot of Captain Beefheart; elsewhere, the thirsty cowboy's lament "South of Laredo" is good, loose-limbed fun, and his closing cover of the Carter Family's "Give Me the Roses" is steeped in the sort of Southern tradition that's at the root of his best work. But if you've ever wanted a Jimbo Mathus album for a rare dark night of the soul, Incinerator is just that kind of music, and he makes it connect with the same loosely tight commitment that fans would expect. Seeing as it came after a reunion album and tour with the ever-upbeat Squirrel Nut Zippers, perhaps Incinerator represents Mathus making a kind of music he couldn't get away with for most of 2018, but whatever the reason, this is a change of pace that works well more often than not. ~ Mark Deming

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