Posted 7/23/2012 by cal
On one hand, Chicago's Hollows
seem like a novel twist on the current garage-pop trend, adding syrupy, old-timey girl-group harmonies and a bit of rockabilly twang. They're retro, but not in a gimmicky way; this style is legitimate in today's climate as long as you've got the songs to back it up. In fact, if another band hadn’t already pulled this off a couple years ago with way, way better songs and far more pizzazz and vigor, I might enjoy Vulture
quite a bit. But another band has
, so I don’t.