Creating and releasing its first full-length long-play record, Auto Interiors comes away with compelling music perfectly suited to the savvy indie pop/rock genre. The group from Boston has no problem expressing its personality on this fun-loving and exuberant piece of work, full of heavy flair and power pop/rock charm. The recording is lush for an independent home-made release, and much of the material is sweeping and sonic in musical scope. The lyrical messages present on the album are somewhat weak, but the music and the character of Auto Interiors as a group make up for the theoretical talent or poeticism the bandmembers may lack. No Frill Halo Flight is full of radiant pop/rock reminiscent of mid-'90s Matthew Sweet according to one source, and the band's influences sparked from '60s Beatles ring clear and true during some bits of the album. An enjoyable spin of a record from a young band budding with potential and, if the group wishes to create more musical delights, ready to experience the next level in the world of independent music.
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AllMusic Review by Shawn M. Haney