Sounds Like: PIXIES, Pink Floyd, The Smashing Pumpkins
Bio: Morose, catchy rock fills our live presentation which includes character theatrics unique to each performance. No two shows are the same, with varying set lists of our expansive catalog of original songs with an occasional cover tune thrown in for good measure.
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“Lo-fi production means the guitars swirl twice as thickly. "Cape Meckko" focuses heavily on channeling early shoe gaze though lyrical repetition and gurney vocal harmonies. Dark Star Honey Tree also get into some punk and progressive moments, changing up tempos while dropping some technically impressive scales. It's a pretty cool take on the modern concept album, and songs like "Headless" and "Thanks for the Warhead" are both evocative in their violent imagery. The album runs into several production problems, but sometimes it contributes to the aesthetic, such as on "Ahold," where the amp noise contributes to the feeling of elation expressed by the vocalist. Other times it detracts; "The Sad Eyes" would be the best pop song of the year if it didn't transition into that disappointing slow-tempo bridge. There're many experiments going on in this album, from pop experimentations to loud guitar works to a general abandonment of melody in favor of tone. I say keep at it.”