reviews Phosphene

Phosphene_Nooga.jpg‘s Joshua Pickard reviews Phosphene‘s forthcoming Breaker EP and streams “Be Mine”

…it’s their heart and potent earnestness that really give their music a sense of its own restless creativity and a perspective that carries with it a distinctly unique approach…[‘Be Mine’] takes its cue from the grand pop rock statements of bands such as Alvvays and Interpol. Singer-guitarist Rachel Frankel’s voice glides by atop the thudding roll from the drums and the shimmering notes stretched from their guitars—it’s a lovely piece of pop music that masquerades as a dense rocker, one that gradually reveals itself only after a handful of listens.


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