London based DIY label Beech Coma records have offered up the 2nd cut from their upcoming Vol. 3 compilation, 'The Caller'. The track is from the 3-piece Los Angeles based band, Jr.. The newly formed band recorded the track at home with Michael Coleman, and it's being called wistful and introverted, yet anthemic and infectious. We couldn't think of a better description, but would like to add entirely danceable as it is just that.
Despite digging Jr.'s track, we are a bit shocked at the sound, pleased mind you, but shocked at how Jr.'s sound is a bit different than what our ears are accustomed to hearing from Beech Coma. Their first two compilations featured some of the best guitar driven underground rock we've heard. Vol. 3 is still that, dashes of noisy punk, power pop, and shoegaze spring up, but there are a few sonic surprises here. We think you're going to love them, and 'The Caller', stream it below.
Beech Coma Vol. 3 tracklisting:
1. Melina Duterte - Forget About It Kid
2. Bruising - Can’t You Feel
3. Lou E - Just One Thing
4. Jr. - The Caller
5. Thalassocracy - Total Dummy
6. Claws - To Be A Goth
7. Fazerdaze - Zero
8. The Daddyo’s - Coleslaw
9. California Carpool - Pleasure
10. Lactose - Ugly
11. Pablo Il Postino - I’m Dying
12. Tree House - Blue Chords
13. bare pale - Wait
Jr. are Charlie Glick, Kevin Farzad, and Chris Beachy.
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