|Snail Mail / Lush|
|Add Date:||2019-01-01||Pull Date:||2019-03-05|
|Week Ending:||3 Mar||24 Feb||17 Feb||10 Feb||3 Feb||27 Jan||20 Jan||13 Jan|
|1.||Jul 14, 2021:||Totally A (rebroadcast from Feb 1, 2019) |
|4.||Mar 13, 2019:||The Fuzz Deli |
|2.||Jun 30, 2021:||Totally A (rebroadcast from Feb 1, 2019) |
|5.||Feb 27, 2019:||nearby galaxies |
|3.||Apr 17, 2019:||nearby galaxies |
|6.||Feb 27, 2019:||What Keeps You Up |
Pristine, Heat Wave
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.
|1.||Intro||6.||Let's Find An Out|
|3.||Speaking Terms||8.||Full Control|
|4.||Heat Wave||9.||Deep Sea|