|Add Date:||2014-04-18||Pull Date:||2014-06-20|
|Week Ending:||Jun 22||Jun 15||Jun 8||May 25||May 18||May 11||May 4||Apr 27|
|1.||Jun 18, 2014:||Meow After Midnight
|4.||Jun 07, 2014:||Box of Chocolates (Sub)
|2.||Jun 14, 2014:||Meow
|5.||May 24, 2014:||Live Your Life
Something To Get You By
|3.||Jun 10, 2014:||A-philiac
|6.||May 21, 2014:||Meow After Midnight
1. (5:59; Something To Get You By) Powerful start, washed-out vocals+guitar, standard indie-rock
2. *(4:38; Atlas Moth) Similar feel to 1, not anything too interesting, good time-filler, female vocals, showcases the band’s talents
3. (4:24; Sugarcoat) Fluffy. Lighthearted. Percussion makes it worth a listen.
4. (4:43; The Wilderness) This is starting to get a little repetitive… almost a continuation of 3
5. (4:05; Golden State) Drumstick hits leading up to peppy guitar, title is very befitting
6. (5:09; How Long Can I Wait?) Sparse male vocals, discordant guitar riffs… transfers to quiet melody that lurches into a cacophonous angsty guitar smorgasbord
7. (4:44; Technicolor Vision) Female vocals are still a little quiet, but the melody overall isn’t bad. I love the guitar solo on this one. Standard indie rock
8. (4:51; Secrets) Intro makes you expect a fairly run-of-the-mill song, but occasional meter-changing outbursts keep you on your toes
9. (0:52; Close My Eyes) Gritty, laid-back, short.. skip it unless you’re playing 10 afterwards.
10. **(4:02; Twin Peaks) Best song of the album. Perfect combination of instruments/vocals, lyrics aren’t an afterthought.
11. *(3:53; Oakland) Nice start. Good driving music. Quiet section is filled with spacey guitars. Definitely worth a listen.
12. (4:13; Four Years) Excellent guitar duet, lots of ambient sounds, sounds layer in a way that’s initially satisfying but gets old after a minute or two.
|1.||Something To Get You By||7.||Technicolor Vision|
|3.||Sugarcoat||9.||Clos My Eyes|
|4.||The Wilderness||10.||Twin Peaks|
|6.||How Long Can I Wait?||12.||Four Years|