Turn to Crime's Scuzzy 'Can't Love' Gets Satisfaction in No Satisfaction

Awesome Color's Detroit-based offshoot drifts away ahead of July 1 LP

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Turn to Crime "Can't Love," possibly because they won't make eye contact Photo by Alejandra Joffroy
Marc Hogan

Turn to Crime are quickly getting quite the rap sheet. The Detroit-based project of Derek Stanton, who previously led Brooklyn's Awesome Color, will release their first album, Can't Love, on July 1 via Old Flame and Mugg & Bopp. The garage-scuffing trio, which also includes Ian Saylor and Dorian Foerg, has already shared the easygoing lope of the LP's "Sunday's Cool." Now comes the title track, a dronier, seedier, and harder-charging number. Stanton sneers that he wants nothing, doesn't need lovin', can't stand sunshine — and you know what, he comes across as pretty content. Unwholesomeness pays.

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