Album Reviews

The Loomis Fargo Gang: Humans, Nature and Human Nature [Album Review]

Few albums can capture the mysterious nature of a dream as well as Humans, Nature, and Human Nature by Virginia Beach’s The Loomis Fargo Gang. Somewhere on the teetering edge between psychedelic pop and shoegaze, and flirting occasionally with classical and indie pop, this band creates music that is inundated with beauty and unadulterated talent.… Continue reading The Loomis Fargo Gang: Humans, Nature and Human Nature [Album Review]

Album Reviews

Seamonster: Two Birds [Album Review]

From the beach to the mountains, Seamonster‘s Two Birds echoes utmost pleasantries through the audible channel of lo-fi psychedelic folk-pop. Its pop charm is masked by the static white noise of immense distortion, mixed down to a satisfactory non-overpowering level, and warped with the sounds of summertime. “Oh Appalachia” is a beachgoers ode to the… Continue reading Seamonster: Two Birds [Album Review]