thesquidsla:

Sup young squidbillies! We have new music!!
Check out the “exclusive premiere”of our new TERROR EP over on firstLSNR! 
“With the release of their TERROR EP, The Squids have taken this sound a step further, introducing a new level of production that allows for their music to come across stronger and smoother.
The clarity created by the EP’s production is evident from the get-go. TERROR’s opening track, “Hello Nurse,” builds for more than forty seconds before splashing into a culmination of sun-soaked vocals and jangly guitar chords. A driving drum line pushes swirling guitar riffs as the track closes with a simplicity that strays away from any muddiness brought about by The Squids’ lo-fi aesthetic.
The EP’s two remaining tracks, “Damn Dude” and “Watermelon,” display TERROR’s evolved production with their stop-and-go interludes. As a range of elements comes in and out of the songs, a subtly intricate layer of instrumentation presents itself; each instrument finds enough space to pull the songs together, balancing the tracks’ moments of suspension with instances of genuine garage pop.”
We recorded these songs ourselves with tucci love and care at our place in highland park, please share with your loved ones and mortal enemies. We love you yaaaaay! 
http://firstlsnr.com/the-squids-terror-ep/

OH DAP SON!

thesquidsla:

Sup young squidbillies! We have new music!!

Check out the “exclusive premiere”of our new TERROR EP over on firstLSNR

With the release of their TERROR EP, The Squids have taken this sound a step further, introducing a new level of production that allows for their music to come across stronger and smoother.

The clarity created by the EP’s production is evident from the get-go. TERROR’s opening track, “Hello Nurse,” builds for more than forty seconds before splashing into a culmination of sun-soaked vocals and jangly guitar chords. A driving drum line pushes swirling guitar riffs as the track closes with a simplicity that strays away from any muddiness brought about by The Squids’ lo-fi aesthetic.

The EP’s two remaining tracks, “Damn Dude” and “Watermelon,” display TERROR’s evolved production with their stop-and-go interludes. As a range of elements comes in and out of the songs, a subtly intricate layer of instrumentation presents itself; each instrument finds enough space to pull the songs together, balancing the tracks’ moments of suspension with instances of genuine garage pop.”

We recorded these songs ourselves with tucci love and care at our place in highland park, please share with your loved ones and mortal enemies. We love you yaaaaay! 

http://firstlsnr.com/the-squids-terror-ep/

OH DAP SON!