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  • THIS VIDEO

    198 Views
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    04/04/18
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PRESENTED BY BRANDON TOLIVER

"Something about Indigo Kidd feels oddly familiar, like you just found the band’s tape buried in the backyard after 10 years without it. It’s indie but it’s punk, nostalgic yet new. And it’s addictively good.

Maybe it’s the way frontman Eli Curtsinger uses his voice as an instrument on June EP Mixtape for Senpai, bending it into a Danzig-esque warble, or how quickly he can change it into a high-pitched wail, a time-tested pop-punk signifier. But despite similarities to the Misfits frontman or Protomartyr’s Joe Casey (especially when Curtsinger roars, “I wanna watch you die slowly!” on “Till Death Do Us Part”), the band falls more along the ranks of Chicago’s Orwells or New York City’s Parquet Courts, with a glossy post-punk sheen. Nirvana is an obvious influence, band members say, as are ’90s indie-rock anchor Dinosaur Jr. and LA-based Wavves." - Las Vegas Weekly

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Presenter: Brandon Toliver
Audio: Dalton Willet
Video: Courtney Davis
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