With music influences such as Saint Etienne and Air, listeners easily anticipate the unique and the lovely from this experimental band who have now toured North America and Europe. Their set at the Schubas Tavern was a serene night, with their music keeping us afloat around that dimly lit room.
From his reflective thoughts about his hometown Chicago, to dead dinosaurs, to a father’s funeral, to a certain Miss Rosie, Al Scorch’s stories are immortalized by genuine vocals and a splendid mix of instrumentals, including his trusty five-string banjo.
Great talent and a machine transmute Turbo Goth’s distinct way of celebrating life. Read on to find out about their disarming music that has now gone wordwide.
The Bernadettes consider their craft as a release from the humdrum beat of daily life. Each track is a reflection of a mundane life event that usually goes unnoticed, until we hear these four men take it in and transform it into genius songs.
An indie-pop trio with shrewd lyrics and musicality, the swift advent of credits at the band’s young stage is not a surprise.