Posts Tagged ‘lo-fi’

Wye Oak’s If Children (released off of Merge) amazed me. It started with “Please Concrete”. “Please Concrete” starts out quietly and then breaks into a rock feedback explosion. The explosion is contained just as you feel another explosion coming, it shifts to another track. It’s Wye Oak’s timing that plays on the listeners’ anticipation. the […]

A Faulty Chromosome is cashing in on the trend of lo-fi distortion with their self-released album, “as an ex-anorexic’s six sicks exit… “. They entered the scene with quite charming and still upbeat album with songs discussing their frustration with the world. They are doing the typical 20-somethings trying to figure out what’s up with […]

So I got The Dodo’s album’s “Visiters”. The album cover gave me somewhat false hopes. (Sadly, I could not find a picture of it.) I was hoping to hear children, like Eyeball Skeleton, but no, it’s a folk-pop indie band made up of full-grown men (with some female vocals scattered among the different tracks). Don’t […]