I’m glad Snowglobe lists The Flaming Lips as an influence. I actually like this music a lot better than The Flaming Lips, but I can definitely see the relation. This band is about texture, and their songs are just as elaborate as they are tasteful. There are a ton of crazy sounds in all of these songs, but they’re all placed really well. They don’t just make the song busier, they make it more meaningful, and that’s exactly what extra bits of recordings should do.
Yes, let's. Delay and fuzz make for a hefty nod to the Jesus & Mary Chain and company.
If you wish the '80s had been a little lower-fi, here's a treat for you: fuzzy, breezy new wave courtesy of Alec West.
These guys certainly fall on the harder side of post-punk--almost closer to post-hardcore, really. Complex, long-form rock songs make up the Dependent Lividity EP.