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If you appreciate the sophisticated retro-cool of artists like Raphael Saadiq and Nick Waterhouse—and the darker, dirtier style of The Black Keys—you'll likely soon be scuffing up the dance floor with Seattle's Pickwick. The group has finally issued a debut album flavored with all manner of R&B and soul, as well as scores of unknown '60s garage rock heroes. Recorded by the band in a living room, the tones are warm and appropriately fuzzy, with reverb bouncing off every element and a Rhodes piano bubbling at the core of some of the liveliest, most danceable tunes ("The Round," "The Shadow"). Conjuring styles from smooth and silky classics like early Motown and Smokey Robinson, '50s doo-wop, and '70s soul-pop, Pickwick—and especially talented vocalist Galen Disston—can effortlessly spin out a seductive, slinky tune like "Hacienda Motel" or "Lady Luck" (featuring Sharon Van Etten). Then it cranks up the garage vibe to the gritty-plus level without missing a beat ("Window Sill"). Tunes like the soulful "Well Well" and "Halls of Columbia" blend a contemporary indie sensibility with a number of vintage elements, resulting in an impressive cocktail of then and now. 

Customer Reviews

Awesome

Great band and awesome album pick it up now

Their drummer is really hot

That and this is an awesome album!

Great new band

This band is a throw back to a time when people actually could play their instruments. A nice soulful sounds. 9.99 is a total deal.

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