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Our exclusive mus-o-meter registers Inlets’ ‘Inter Arbiter’

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Sebastian Krueger started playing with My Brightest Diamond, but really wanted to be doing his own thing. In 2006, he released the EP “Vestibule” under the name Inlets, and now he has a new album out called “Inter Arbiter.” What’s it like? That’s a question best left up to our exclusive Mus-o-meter.

Take the sustained falsettos of Radiohead’s “Amnesiac.” Then add …

The layered, emotive vocals of Beirut’s “The Flying Club Cup.” Then add …

The multi-instrumental mix of classical and pop of My Brightest Diamond’s 2006 debut “Bring Me the Workhorse.” The result?

Inlets’ debut “Inter Arbiter.”

— Meredith Deliso

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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