Led by the lo-fi synth-feast 'Smoke and Drive Around', comes Ben Ayres' (aka Brandon Can't Dance) brand new offering - 'Graveyard of Good Times'. The new record sees Ayres, known for his homemade and minimal oddities, flirt with an eclectic array of genres - including moody post-punk and brash alt-rock.
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Sort of really enjoying this. Who knew that in 2017 we could still enjoy things? Well I only have a couple of tracks and my disposal but they are both earworms. 'Smoke and Drive Around' is a sweet lo-fi piece of electronic pop that reminds me of one of those bands...y'know....Phoenix and their fellows. It has a lovely synth motif whilst Brandon sings about a night out he once had. 'Angelina' is more lo-fi in a kinda early Beck style with some bluesy guitars and twanging vocals. It erupts into a falsetto chorus with wailing guitar which is really chewy.
Bits of Sparklehorse bits of Elliott Smith. American lo-fi. I'd like to hear more but I can't find the files.
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