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Saturday Looks Good to Me feels like a dream. Maybe it's due to the Phil Spector with a touch of Lee Perry production that creates a sound suitable for yesterday's AM radio. Maybe it's due to the odd electronic effects that dart in and out of the mix, like images from dreams that can never be fully grasped after waking up. Or maybe it's the songs: punk kids searching their lo-fi souls and worlds using a blueprint left behind by Berry Gordy's Motown. Whatever the reason is for its dreamlike quality, Saturday Looks Good to Me is a unique collection of talents and sounds, all masterminded by Fred Thomas of Flashpapr. The project's only peer may be Detroit's Teach Me Tiger, another venture that succeeds in looking back to create statements for the future. [The CD version included bonus tracks.]


Formed: 1999

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Embracing a wildly eclectic variety of melodic influences, Saturday Looks Good to Me is the brainchild of indie pop wunderkind Fred Thomas, who has been the only constant member of the group since its inception in 2000. Saturday Looks Good to Me began as a fanciful project by Thomas (previously a member of Flashpapr and Lovesick) to create a record by a band that didn't exist; with the help of a handful of like-minded friends, Thomas wrote and produced a set of nine songs that drew on '60s pop sounds...
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