There’s been a lot of post-punk revival lately, but what about post-punk? Instead of creating some half-assed vaguely sounding post-punk, Ought went all out and created a kickass post-punk sound. More Than Any Other Day has all those classic post-punk moments where the music gets broken down, and then instantly builds up again. However, Ought doesn’t pander to the classic taste all the way. There’s a uniquely modern taste to this album. Ought isn’t like Foxygen or Timber Timbre where they put a modern take on old music. Ought puts an old take on modern music.
Choice Cut: Today More Than Any Other Day