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Since his first release in 2002, Eric Elbogen has dished out a prolific spread of clever, mopey bedroom synth-pop jams and diatribes first under the name Say Hi to Your Mom, then adopting the truncated Say Hi in 2008. Endless Wonder, his eighth LP and fourth for Seattle indie Barsuk, finds Elbogen injecting a bit more swagger into his electro blues with strong, fuzzed-out textures and a ramshackle swing to his voice. Gritty, lovelorn tunes like "Such a Drag" and the darkly melodic "Like Apples Like Pears" provide some grip to counter the set's softer, but no less effective tracks. The album ends nicely on a rhythmic down note with the warm paean "Love, Love, Love" and the mournfully swinging "The Trouble with Youth." With over a decade of releases to his credit, Elbogen continues to carve out his own distinct world that combines a smart wit, a strong will, and some solid pop songwriting.

Customer Reviews

another great album

I like all say hi albums.


Formed: 2002 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter Eric Elbogen is the mastermind behind Say Hi to Your Mom, an indie rock project formed in 2002 in Elbogen's native New York, New York. Elbogen also founded Euphobia Records that same year as an outlet to release his albums, the first of which was the Discosadness LP. Both that album and its enchanting follow-up, 2003's Numbers & Mumbles, were recorded on Elbogen's homemade PC, and his hands-on approach captured Say Hi to Your Mom's tightly woven acoustic sound in progress. For 2005's...
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