Although New Orleans isn't necessarily known for its indie pop acts, the Generationals might be catchy and psychedelic enough to change that. Mixing longer, jammy guitar lines with catchy pop hooks and lo-fi production, their ability to channel Brit-pop, '50s California vibes, and even doo-wop speaks to both their eclectic tastes and skillful blending abilities. What at first sounds like fairly standard lo-fi fare will sneak up on you.
Thu., July 11, 5 p.m., 2013
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