Grasses: Vision tape (self-released, 2018)

August 26, 2018 at 6:42 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Grasses: Vision tape

Local trio making garagey indie pop (think Bad Indians, Rebel Kind, etc) with a slight Krautrock influence. The emphasis is on songwriting, for sure, but they get locked into tight grooves on songs like “Today”. Other songs (“First Sister”, “Psychic Reality”) are more concentrated bursts of energy, while there’s slower, dreamier ones like “Glass Box” and “Colors”. There’s lots of highlights here, but the mysterious, perfectly constructed “Wake Up” stands out the most, and the luscious “See Again” is too lovely for words. Tape/download available from Bandcamp.

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