Bright and colorful electronic pop, Passion Pit's aptly-titled new release "Gossamer" is an explosive yet delicate outpouring of emotions.
If you were to ask Luke Prize who his bandmates were three weeks prior to the Great Grandfathers' album release show, he wouldn't have known the answer.
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin has grown from the humble origins of being the third most popular band on Weller Street in Springfield, Mo. to national recognition for breezy, harmony-laden pop and quirky song structures.
It's not fair to compare two musicians merely because they both happen to be female singer-songwriters and both happen to wear big, dark glasses and both seem riddled with angst and both have odd four-part names (Fiona Apple McAfee Maggart / Ingrid Ellen Egbert Michaelson); and it's definitely not fair to compare them simply because they played in succession in the same town (Saturday then Monday).
Fresh locals the Great Grandfathers bring the smooth electronic heat with a mission to make FM radio pop an art form once again.