The Santa Barbara native's debut album sees the young multi-instrumentalist lean hard into his deepest psychedelic influences, crafting a set of songs that liken to a luminous garden of trance and wonder.
The podcaster and multi-instrumentalist's third LP is loaded with funkified California pop.
On their fourth and final album, the Santa Barbara psych outfit's mix of surf, blues and hard rock is as unpredictable as ever. They sound like they are having the time of their lives.
On "Living in My World," the Santa Barbara multi-instrumentalist tries his hand at composing an ambitious art-rock ballad.
The latest beach rock savants to burst onto the Santa Barbara scene have arrived with their full length debut album.
"Oh, but Lover" is another lush mix of bedroom-flavored indie pop fueled by Allie Merrill's growing knack for penning sticky melodies.
As the new decade approaches, California indie rock continues to exist in all sorts of different shapes and sizes. Out of the many coastal cities along CA's southern and central coasts, Santa Barbara's local scene is ripe with creative groups chipping away at developing something of a distinct sound. That narrative especially applies to The … Continue reading The Shorelines – Head Arrangements
"Love Is Here" packs the same energy that has fueled the band's previous output, albeit with a much more tamed demeanor.
We sat down with the Santa Barbara multi-instrumentalist to chat about his new record, outerspace, his top underrated guitarists and more.
The sophomore effort from Santa Barbara duo The Shorelines is another psych rock triumph that finds a comfortable medium between surf and space.