Snail Mail / Lush
Album:Lush Collection:General
Artist:Snail Mail Added:Jan 2019
Label:Matador Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2019-01-01 Pull Date:2019-03-05 
Week Ending:Mar 3Feb 24Feb 17Feb 10Feb 3Jan 27Jan 20Jan 13

Recent Airplay
1.Apr 27, 2023:emergency meeting
Full Control
4.Jan 30, 2022:Down in The Basement (rebroadcast from Jan 27, 2022)
2.Oct 20, 2022:down in the basement
5.Jan 27, 2022:Down in The Basement
3.Jun 30, 2022:Down in the Basement
Heat Wave
6.Dec 17, 2021:nearby galaxies (rebroadcast from Apr 17, 2019)
Heat Wave

Album Review
Telepathic Juan
Reviewed 2019-01-01 
Lush is the debut album by Baltimore singer-songwriter Lindsey Jordan’s solo project known as Snail Mail. Guitar-driven bedroom pop with tints of folk and lo-fi rock. Memorable vocals. Lush echoes the early work of The Sundays and Velocity Girl.

RIYL: Japanese Breakfast, Angel Olsen, Alvvays, Lucy Dacus and The Sundays.

Recommended Tracks: 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 10

01. Intro (1:13) – Slow tempo folky piece.
02. *Pristine (4:55) – Slow/Medium-up tempo guitar driven cut. Feels right.
03. **Speaking Terms (3:54) – Medium tempo recording. Nice riffs and vocals.
04. **Heat Wave (5:08) – Medium/Medium-up tempo track. More solid vocals and riffs.
05. Stick (5:13) – Slow/medium-up tempo song. Bedroom pop ballad.
06. Let's Find An Out (2:13) – Slow tempo folky piece II.
07. *Golden Dream (3:27) – Medium tempo track. It could make a decent single.
08. *Full Control (2:56) – Medium tempo recording. The epilogue of the previous track.
09. Deep Sea (4:42) – Slow tempo cut. Bedroom pop ballad II.
10. *Anytime (4:38) – Slow tempo track. Melancholic. The Sundays would be proud.

Track Listing
1.Intro 6.Let's Find An Out
2.Pristine 7.Golden Dream
3.Speaking Terms 8.Full Control
4.Heat Wave 9.Deep Sea
5.Stick 10.Anytime