On the surface, Snail Mail songs seem simple: they’re catchy and straightforward enough to feel familiar on first listen, and tend to follow well-trodden indie rock tropes. And, like many DIY acts to break out in the past few years, their music is centered around deeply personal lyrics backed by shimmering guitar lines. But there’s … Continue reading “Snail Mail Wows Philly Crowd”
A few weeks back, Toronto dream pop band Alvvays dropped Antisocialites, their highly anticipated follow-up to their acclaimed self-titled debut. In addition to being one of the best albums of the year, the album marks a bit of an evolution in the band’s sound. Their debut, a beautiful collection of dreamy lo-fi pop songs, was … Continue reading “INTERVIEW: Molly Rankin from Alvvays”
Hi I’m Dave and these are my Faves™. TONS of great music came out in January so I thought I’d compile/rank/review my favorite tracks of the month. If I left out any of your faves or if you disagree with my Hot ‘n’ Spicy takes please roast me in the comments.