This is a review of "My Revolution" recorded by Justin Evans. The review was written by Richard Garnett in 2004.
As imaginative as the title is, this most solo of solo projects (being entirely composed and played by Mr Evans) is a rather drab collection of naively written and flatly performed demos. Ten of them to be exact, all comprising of the exact same format: mid-tempo drum machine, washy indie guitar, some particularly uninspiring politically inspired lyrics, dum dum dum dum bass and a rather stiff fingered guitar solo. It's dull after two tracks so after 10 you can use you own imagination. At its brightest it could be reminiscent of Bob Mould's Sugar but it rarely ever comes close. Perhaps the addition of a live band would offer some better ideas.