Sunday, April 8, 2012

The Peer Press on Bethesda

This week we sent our Peer Press Bethesda's EP Dreamtiger & Other Tails.

Read all about it below:


Poetry this deep can never fail. That said, I'd also like the option of enjoying the instrumental versions. Angular, energetic rock rhythms. Recommend: 1 and 4.

Bethesda is an ethereal band with a female vocalist. Her voice has a nice opera-like vibrato. Humble motifs bubble out at a steady pace. The lyrics are unassuming and natural but the music has a cool indie gloom about it. I like how they find ways to incorporate fiddle and banjo into certain songs. It sets their sound apart from most indie bands. Really nice!

Clever and poetic, The Dreamtiger EP is full of accessible indie goodness. Original sounding vocals give me a much welcomed relief from the plethora of sound alike, trained female vocals you find every time you press play. Oh thank heavens for you, girl! Get dreamy with it. Oh, and great album art never hurts.


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