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Creature Comfort is a Nashville-based four-piece that offer a refreshing and alternative take on traditional indie rock. The band thrives in the delicate spaces between experimental and approachable, penning highly-versatile pop tunes that dabble in everything from psych to surf to folk to country.
The close-knit quartet of Middle Tennessee natives hail from disparate musical backgrounds, but all share an energetic passion for inventive songwriting and a hands-on productionstyle. Three-fourths of the quartet grew up together, but it was not until college that they decided to play music on the same team. Soon after they formed Creature Comfort, releasing their well-received, debut album Fox Tales in 2013. An impressivecollection of alternative rock jams, Fox Tales features emotive lyrics and sweeping guitar licks, paired with mobile bass lines and unique production effects. Creature Comfort played numerous shows and multiple tours in support of their debut. After, they took a brief hiatus and retreated to the studio, returning in May 2016 with a new EP Echoes & Relics.
On Echoes & Relics, the band has fully settled into their sound. The EP is full of lush vocals and shimmering guitar tones, thanks to the ever-evolving, production wizardy of guitarist and in-house producer Cole Bearden. In addition, increasingly-sophisticated songwriting from frontman and rhythm guitarist Jessey Clark and matured compositions from the quartet help make for a highly-absorbing batch of songs.
Stereospread puts a new face on the burgeoning indietronica scene, with one foot firmly in the synthtopian past and another in indie pop's future. Lovely, timeless vocals meet shimmering synth arpeggiations, lavish pads, spacious guitar lines, and undulating basslines to paint a lush landscape of saturated, electronic sound.
Adir L.C.'s most recent release, "Oceanside Cities" was written in various coastal cities and recorded in the Mediterranean city of Tel Aviv. Adir grew up in Glen Rock, NJ and started playing music with his best friend Cameron Wisch (Porches., Cende) in the same basement show scene that spawned acts like Real Estate and Titus Andronicus. After high school, Adir began a new chapter in New Paltz, NY where he was a strong influence in building the new indie scene as a musician and promoter. After a few years of traveling and living overseas, he has recently returned to New York where he lives with his friends and fellow musicians at the DIY show hose 'David Blaine's the Steakhouse'.
"For all its complicated, multi-city birth story, Oceanside Cities is anything but a casual freak-folk travelogue; it is indie-orchestral, dynamic in its arcs, epic in its song forms and its flourish-filled arrangements, as Adir fully realizes the balance of confessional folk intimacy and broad pop ambition that his writing has always hinted at. In its blend, it is as easy to hear his love of the seminal guitar rock of Pavement and Built to Spill as it is to hear his parents' extensive folk collection and his delight in buoyantly tuneful British Invasion pop."
Crowd-sourced, self-actualized and defiantly indie in the lost sense of that word, Oceanside Cities was released on Adir's own Dinky Pops Records in November.
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