Generationals :: Reader As Detective
Electronic drums, layers and filigrees of keyboards, and falsetto choruses make for some glossy synthesizer soul music that wouldn’t be out of place on a late Eighties dance floor.
Okey Dokey :: Tell All Your Friend
It’s indie pop, but it’s also heavily inflected with soul, country, R&B, western swing, and a bad attitude.
Kyle Craft :: Showboat Honey
This is salty, and tangy, and spicy, and sweet, like the musical equivalent of a Mexican tamarind candy. It sounds so Sixties and Seventies that it must be from Today.
Gauche :: A People’s History of Gauche
Spiky little numbers filled with quicksilver guitar lines, the occasional horn section, punky drums and bass, and sing-song female vocals that sound like someone making fun of their bullies.
METZ :: Automat
This is heavy pounding music that is pounding and heavy, also distorted, and pounding and heavy. Somewhat repetitive, but some of us like it like that, and pounding, and heavy.
Lala Lala :: Sleepyhead
Crafty pop punk, brimming over with chunky guitars, layered female vocals, and lots of sneering.
Hot Chip :: A Bathfull of Ecstasy
At one time, electronic soul felt like the future of music, but here is Hot Chip doing just the same thing in 2019 and it feels nostalgic.