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Album Review

South Carolina native Keath Mead is a self-taught musician, and from the sound of his debut album, Sunday Dinner, his education included lots of '70s soft rock, '90s power pop à la Teenage Fanclub, and 2000s chillwave. That last influence may be thanks to producer Chaz Bundick of Toro y Moi, who not only twirled the knobs but helped out with playing the music, too. The duo has crafted an unassumingly nice debut album, full of laid-back charm, pleasant hooks, and an overall feeling of peace and ease. Mead's songs are built around simple chord changes, the instrumentation is mostly sparse, and there's a calming little glaze of reverb and chorus over everything. This production trick means that even the most uptempo songs, like the rollicking "Change" and "Navy," are rounded off and easy to swallow. Mead's voice is well suited to these tracks, but his sweet crooning sounds best on the melancholic midtempo tracks that sound like Teenage Fanclub album tracks, specifically the ones penned by Gerald Love. The lovely "Grow Up" is the best of these, with "Waiting" not too far behind. Mead and Bundick work hard to make these songs sound like they were beamed through time and space straight from the world of '70s AM gold, picking up a few bits of dust and atmosphere along the way. There are also a couple of tender acoustic ballads to express some emotional (and sonic) range, and a track that swipes the riff from "Sweet Jane," twists it a few times, and ends up sounding like some kind of cosmic soft rock meets disco dream. It's a promising debut that doesn't skimp much on melodies or emotion, and while it might have been interesting to hear a few songs that took a step outside the comfortable bubble of sound the duo creates, what's here makes for a very rewarding listen that's always warm and very, very comforting.

Customer Reviews


Love it Keath! I remember jamming with you and Morris playing the strokes back in the day. Good ole times.


Stop and listen! you wont be disappoianted. The good ones make it sound soooooo easy damit.


I saw you live last night opening for Toro y Moi and can't stop thinking about how amazing you were. After the show I got a picture with you and it's obvious that you are a genuinely nice and passionate person. Best of luck on your journey to the top.. you definitely have the talent to keep moving up. This album is absolutely amazing.


Born: Columbia, SC

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

South Carolinian singer/songwriter Keath Mead began playing music in his teens, buying his first bass guitar after watching the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night movie for the first time. The Columbia native eventually taught himself to play the guitar, piano, and drums as well, playing in various indie bands throughout his college years. He'd been writing songs for years and although the demos continued to pile up, he'd never fronted his own project until chillwave artist/producer Chaz Bundick (Toro y...
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