Daytrotter a Day #48: W. C. Lindsay
I liked the color palette used in the illustration, so I gave this a try. There's a lot going on in "Tree," where Lindsay tosses in every sound but the kitchen sink. He ends up with something close to that cluttered, loud indie pop that Grouplove has been able to exploit so well. I did like it better than Grouplove, however. Then he started rapping a little on "Kids These Days." Any respect I had was lost by the time I got to "Little Ghost," a blatant attempt to cash in on the success of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
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