Band of the Day: (7.8.10) BEACH FOSSILS – Brooklyn’s Indie wunderkind brings spacey lo-fi to the mainstream

8 Jul


One man army, Dustin Payseur delivers on his promise of bringing space-age lo-fi to the core of the Indie scene. So all the pubs claim he is a one man show, but let’s give credit to the rest of the band John Pena, Sennott Burke and Tommy Lucas. BF’s March self-titled LP, released on Captured Tracks, overdubs and drowns the vocals, while delivering clean crisp first wave guitar riffs. These tracks are perfect for summer surfing, late night hanging and a dreary drippy summer days lounging by the pool.

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3 Responses to “Band of the Day: (7.8.10) BEACH FOSSILS – Brooklyn’s Indie wunderkind brings spacey lo-fi to the mainstream”

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