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Kopecky: Drug for the Modern Age

Holly Gleason, Paste, 28 May 2015

FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE KOPECKY FAMILY BAND, this Nashville sextet brings an eyes-open approach to the world of hooking up, checking out, disappearing into technology and eschewing actual human engagement. On the band's second full-length recording, they create sleek, rhythm-driven songs from the pain and betrayal they've endured. If plastic nihilism and self-involvement drive the bulk of Kardashian club culture, Kopecky waives that, preferring to look out and connect in ways that empower.

Total word count of piece: 275

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