Oscar Scheller's - or simply Oscar - latest effort, a new garage-pop EP named '146b' - after his home studio (his bedroom) where he recorded these songs. The standout is the fuzzy power pop-rocker 'Sometimes' with it's blinking light synths, reverb-bleeding guitar riffs, and crashing percussion. It's rowdy, catchy, and upbeat. Think a mix of the Magnetic Fields, Swell Maps and Pavement.

Vinyl 7" £5.99 BR7001

7" on Brown Rice.

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