Get to know the men behind the complex rock!
This is yet another one of those really interesting bands to crop up in the wilds of suburban Atlanta with a name that’s virtually unsearchable by Google standards. Anyway, the Weird Problem EP is posted on the group's Bandcamp page and each song is full of billowing dream-pop arrangements that are driven by jangling guitars steeped in reverb and robust rhythms. It’s a bit of a stretch, but there are moments here that remind me of some of the more accessible New Zealand post-punk bands of the late '70s on up through the early ’90s. But to say that implies that there’s more of a noise aesthetic here than what this band actually wields (i.e., Red Sea has more in common with the Clean than they do with the Dead C).