There is much talk these days about how genres have become irrelevant, not least of all by me, that bands are free to jump sonic demarcations, push through generic boundaries, mix and match and meld and mold music to their ends. Of course, that is true, but some bands have always approached music that way, and The Mystery Plan is a perfect example of such an attitude in motion…

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