credit: Thea Robinson
The quartet builds undulating dreamscapes that tunnel into propulsive jams – expansive songs that ultimately cohere under structural precision and a respect for pop sensibility. Cascades of organ and synthesizer drift over tight, orbital riffs, warm melodies, bombastic drums, and galloping bass.
"With their new single, “Let’s Get Out,” Tamarron have taken a ride up on a psychedelic-pop Ferris wheel, lifting off from the noise-oriented psych rock boardwalk that characterized their earlier material." - Ovrld
"Their album dadrock is loaded with hazy guitar pop that your father may or may not like." - Brooklyn Vegan