Cayucas' debut album bears little resemblance to the sound of modern California that's been so omnipresent over the past few years. Instead, Bigfoot posesses flirty rhythmic sensibilities both snappy and sparkling, a rosy, near-tropical warmth, and a loose and conversational feel that position you right in the line of Yudin's wry gaze.
Bigfoot was recorded up in the chilly Pacific Northwest – in Oregon, with Secretly's Richard Swift in charge of production. It's the result of Swift and Yudin's symbiotic working relationship, and positivity one of its brightest qualities, even when recalling missed opportunities – there's no space for downcast vibes here. 'High School Lover' is perhaps Bigfoot most quintessential song; centered around a chiming rhythm ripe for shimmying, and a tale that sums up Yudin's taste for his own personal nostalgia.
London via Kendal/Manchester foursome returned this year with their beautifully subtle electronica on "To The End"/"Our Love Has No Rhythm." The dulcet tones of Fiona Burgess swims amongst quiet beats, finger clicks and calmly rhythmic electric guitars.
“We always wanted to be a girl band." All girl, five-piece Keebo make psychadelic-pop inspired in equal parts by The Cure and The Spice Girls. The result is a mesmerizing dreamland of jangly guitars and floaty vocal hooks.
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