×
Napster App for
Rhapsody International Inc.
356x237

Artist

The Dark Fantastic

About The Dark Fantastic

Like Gardener, the Dark Fantastic take their strong enthusiasm for '60s Psychedelic rock/pop to extremes, even employing vintage, mono mixing a la the Beatles and chirping, feedback-laden vibrato such as that featured on Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth." Add persistent tambourine and patiently phrased, melodic baritone harmonies and voila!, it's 1968. Still, the references are only that -- the Dark Fantastic aren't letting anybody else write their songs; on the contrary, lyrics are somehow both engaging and cryptic, and their melodies kinetic, warmly driven, and undoubtedly all their own.

Similar Artists

Gardener, Ladybug Transistor

356x237

The Dark Fantastic

Like Gardener, the Dark Fantastic take their strong enthusiasm for '60s Psychedelic rock/pop to extremes, even employing vintage, mono mixing a la the Beatles and chirping, feedback-laden vibrato such as that featured on Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth." Add persistent tambourine and patiently phrased, melodic baritone harmonies and voila!, it's 1968. Still, the references are only that -- the Dark Fantastic aren't letting anybody else write their songs; on the contrary, lyrics are somehow both engaging and cryptic, and their melodies kinetic, warmly driven, and undoubtedly all their own.

About The Dark Fantastic

Like Gardener, the Dark Fantastic take their strong enthusiasm for '60s Psychedelic rock/pop to extremes, even employing vintage, mono mixing a la the Beatles and chirping, feedback-laden vibrato such as that featured on Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth." Add persistent tambourine and patiently phrased, melodic baritone harmonies and voila!, it's 1968. Still, the references are only that -- the Dark Fantastic aren't letting anybody else write their songs; on the contrary, lyrics are somehow both engaging and cryptic, and their melodies kinetic, warmly driven, and undoubtedly all their own.

Similar Artists

About The Dark Fantastic

Like Gardener, the Dark Fantastic take their strong enthusiasm for '60s Psychedelic rock/pop to extremes, even employing vintage, mono mixing a la the Beatles and chirping, feedback-laden vibrato such as that featured on Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth." Add persistent tambourine and patiently phrased, melodic baritone harmonies and voila!, it's 1968. Still, the references are only that -- the Dark Fantastic aren't letting anybody else write their songs; on the contrary, lyrics are somehow both engaging and cryptic, and their melodies kinetic, warmly driven, and undoubtedly all their own.

Similar Artists