SHADOW SHOW - What Again Is Real?
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psychedelia into a modern, 21st-century pop-art incarnation. Sleek and spellbinding-yet rooted in the raw, untouchable Detroit sound-their music immerses its audience in frenetic psychedelic grooves and dazzling harmonies. Composed of guitarist Ava East, bassist Kate Derringer, and drummer Kerrigan Pearce, the band debuted in 2018 and launched their debut album, 'Silhouettes', the following year. 'What Again Is Real?' is a righteously psychotic reaction to an increasingly chaotic world. The lighthearted, tongue-in-cheek lyrics light the way to an esoteric path to the mind's eye with a chorus of 12-string guitars, trip-inducing harmonies, and hidden chimes crafted to inspire day-glow fantasies. "Upon this journey," the band declares, "we accept that despite inevitable doom, everything is okay-or so says the girl with the flowers in her head." 'Is This A Dream?' pays loving homage to The Feminine Complex, the Nashville band whose sole album, Livin' Love, was released in 1969. Shadow Show's version of the song takes Mindy Dalton's dreamy organ serenade to new heights, with thunderous drums, vibrant harmonies, and supro-toned guitars. Recorded in Ann Arbor, Michigan, both songs were produced by Matthew Smith (Outrageous Cherry, The Volebeats, The Go) and Shadow Show, recorded and mixed by Kate Derringer, and mastered by Jim Diamond (The White Stripes, The Dirtbombs, Ghetto Recorders).
A What Again Is Real?
B Is This A Dream?