Thursday, July 3, 2014

Blooper - So Very Small

Seattle's Blooper is a band I can count on to deliver just what I like - crunchy British Invasion inspired garage rock and surf pop with plenty of reverb.  It has earned them a about a half-dozen appearances on these pages, and I suspect that as long as they are making music and we are writing about music, Blooper will be here.

The latest offering from frontman Adriano and his co-conspirators  Chris and Darrin is the So Very Small EP, released via Jigsaw Records in digital and CD formats.  With four tracks, it provides the perfect jump start for your July 4th holiday weekend.  "Go Outside" is a '60s British Invasion nugget that may cause you to involuntarily pack your car for the beach.  Garage rock with crunching, ringing guitars is on the menu for "Tinted Windows", while "Bummer" is a racing surf rock instrumental.  The reverb is front and center for garage rock closer "Coming Home".  Hit the links and buy some tunes --consider it an investment in your summer.

Jigsaw's Bandcamp page for So Very Small

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