|UserSoundoffs 1Album Ratings 470Objectivity 61%Last Active 02-17-19 1:20 pmJoined 02-17-19Forum Posts 0Review Comments 19
|Overlooked Indie Rock|
Here’s a compilation of albums that I’m surprised don’t get the love they deserve. Correct me if I’m wrong, or have any additions!
|1||The Bright Light Social Hour|
Space Is Still the Place
Not your run-of-the-mill indie rock. But somehow, these guys are not getting the love they deserve. Psychedelia meets Southwestern Americana. Great driving music, or something to drop acid to.
|2||From Indian Lakes|
Everything Feels Better Now
Pushes the envelope, while remaining consistent with their sound. They’ve mixed their more rock-driven sound for something more à la Tycho and Washed Out.
Shocked that this wasn’t a breakthrough record. His sound is radio ready without compromising style and his vivid lyricism. Neil Young meets the Portugal. the Man.
One Big Particular Loop
The review on the website makes the acute observation: “It's like Clean Head spent a season immersed in New Orleans funk and jazz festivals, and then filtered those experiences through the meticulous, almost scientific approach of Radiohead.”
City Sun Eater In The River Of Light
Folk-inspired rock music that blends a multitude of styles into a neat package.
|Still hopeful that From Indian Lakes will release an album this year! Currently touring with Sputnik's (and mine) current love Copeland, which seems like a good sign. Love that Polyenso record too. I'll have to check out the other stuff!|
|Props for 2, that album rules. Gonna have to check the others.|
|Will be seeing From Indian Lakes with Copeland next month!|
|Able Bodies is my fav from From Indian Lakes. That dude grew up with no electricity I can’t go two hours without my phone |
|check the orielles... some great psych pop tunes in that.|