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About Brother JT

All of Brother JT's fuzzily four-tracked psyche-pop gems sound like "I'm So Tired" by the Beatles; but that's a really good song, so that means Brother JT has some really good songs. Also, he's an interesting guitar player, piling guitar track upon guitar track and letting solos burst from between the melody lines in a meteoric blare -- a stark contrast to the lazy-tempo pop that preceded it. Vocals are always doubled-up and spaced-out, rhyming one somewhat absurd line after another. This combination of lo-fi sonic abrasiveness and wide-eyed, astral loopiness often yields supermelodic, hyper-psychedelic indie/folk/noise that's cooler than the High Llamas and tougher than the Apples in Stereo.

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Listen toBrother JTon Napster

All of Brother JT's fuzzily four-tracked psyche-pop gems sound like "I'm So Tired" by the Beatles; but that's a really good song, so that means Brother JT has some really good songs. Also, he's an interesting guitar player, piling guitar track upon guitar track and letting solos burst from between the melody lines in a meteoric blare -- a stark contrast to the lazy-tempo pop that preceded it. Vocals are always doubled-up and spaced-out, rhyming one somewhat absurd line after another. This combination of lo-fi sonic abrasiveness and wide-eyed, astral loopiness often yields supermelodic, hyper-psychedelic indie/folk/noise that's cooler than the High Llamas and tougher than the Apples in Stereo.

About Brother JT

All of Brother JT's fuzzily four-tracked psyche-pop gems sound like "I'm So Tired" by the Beatles; but that's a really good song, so that means Brother JT has some really good songs. Also, he's an interesting guitar player, piling guitar track upon guitar track and letting solos burst from between the melody lines in a meteoric blare -- a stark contrast to the lazy-tempo pop that preceded it. Vocals are always doubled-up and spaced-out, rhyming one somewhat absurd line after another. This combination of lo-fi sonic abrasiveness and wide-eyed, astral loopiness often yields supermelodic, hyper-psychedelic indie/folk/noise that's cooler than the High Llamas and tougher than the Apples in Stereo.

About Brother JT

All of Brother JT's fuzzily four-tracked psyche-pop gems sound like "I'm So Tired" by the Beatles; but that's a really good song, so that means Brother JT has some really good songs. Also, he's an interesting guitar player, piling guitar track upon guitar track and letting solos burst from between the melody lines in a meteoric blare -- a stark contrast to the lazy-tempo pop that preceded it. Vocals are always doubled-up and spaced-out, rhyming one somewhat absurd line after another. This combination of lo-fi sonic abrasiveness and wide-eyed, astral loopiness often yields supermelodic, hyper-psychedelic indie/folk/noise that's cooler than the High Llamas and tougher than the Apples in Stereo.