Awash with '80s synths and filtered electronic harmonies, Small Black's second official release, Limits of Desire pushes the boundaries of reflective, digital yearnings. Never tilting the scales all the way toward emo, the album is still packed full of feelings and emotive, nostalgic tracks, with the band coming together as a cohesive whole, pulling off backwards-looking love songs with reverb-coated intensity. At this Brooklyn Bowl "KidRockers" concerts expect the whole famile to get a feel for dream pop that nods to rock roots and longs for past loves.
Sun., Dec. 15, 11:30 a.m., 2013
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