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Jennifer Hall gave The Subcons' debut, Time Has Come, 4/5 stars, and hails it, "fitting, evolving music ... playful yet smart and offbeat [with] musical props ... bringing the listener more deeply into their architectural design"

Read the full review here:
http://www.onetimesone.com/sound/reviews/s/subcons-time-has-come.php - one times one


Melissa Amos from Splendid calls The Subcons "incredibly talented ... filtering classic-sounding pop-rock through a carefree, modern mindset." She hails their debut, Time Has Come, as "a musical rabbit hole ... at once endearing and catchy."

Read the full review here:
http://www.splendidezine.com/review.html?reviewid=1101121505371119
- Splendid ezine


Kaleb from [slightly confusing to a stranger].com raves, "an album for a perfect summer night with all the house windows open, or a drive to find the unknown - it's self-released albums like 'Time Has Come' that make the search worth it."

Read full the review here:
http://sctas.com/cdsS.html - sctas.com


J-sin writes that The Subcons' debut, Time Has Come, contains "curiously natural songs ... [that] exude that feeling of just right with the type of muster not heard in a right while in the so-called mainstream of college indie music"

Read the full review here:
http://www.smother.net/reviews/modernrock.php3?ID=622 - smother.net


Zeff claims that The Subcons' debut album, Time Has Come, "embodies the 90's pop simplicity of my childhood, with a wonderfully sprawling range," and gives it an 80/100

Read the full review here:
http://www.wackiness.org/rev/music/timehascome.html - wackiness.org


Anna Maria Stjärnell from Sweden calls Time Has Come "dreamy & poppy" and "lo-fi to the bone"

Read the full review here:
http://www.lunakafe.com/moon96/usnj96.php - Luna Kafé


Kevan Breitinger praises Time Has Come as "pleasantly dreamy," and "brave in the face of experimentation"

Read the full review here:
http://www.indie-music.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=3308 - Indie-music.com


Phill Ramey applauds the "genuine playfulness" of The Subcons' debut, and comments on the "great sense of purity and honesty" of the songs, that "when combined with the website provide a unique experience"

Read the full review here:
http://www.thephiller.com/reviews/s/subcons/time_has_come.shtml - the phill(er)


Katrina Martin Davenport acclaims that The Subcons' "songwriting wavers between Simon & Garfunkel and The Shins," and awards their debut, Time Has Come, a 3/5

Read the full review here:
http://www.sponiczine.com/review_detail.asp?wfArtist=Subcons,%20The - Sponic zine


Marty Slagter calls The Subcons "the breath of fresh air band of 2004." He lauds their debut album as having "catchy, yet unorthodox pop numbers ... [with] great humable choruses and creative recording techniques." He writes, "this is one well thought out, smart care-free 'breath of fresh air' album," and rates it a 7.5/10

Read the full review here:
http://www.musicunderwater.com/subcons_time_has_come.htm - Music Underwater


Discography

2001 = Time Has Come
2006 = fijilijim EP

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Bio

we moved to portland one year ago
went to multiple musicfest shows each night
are honored to be considered for the chance to play
we love this town,
its people
its music