Chambers album cover

Lorelle Meets The Obsolete

Sonic Cathedral Recordings

Starting with a great, murky in all the best ways garage/shoegaze stomp in the form of “What’s Holding You?,” Mexico’s Lorelle Meets the Obsolete projects pure charisma and atmosphere from the get-go on their third album, 2014’s Chambers. Lorena Quintanalla still has the voice-in-heavy-echo vibes down as much as she and bandmate Alberto Gonzalez do the mix of psychedelic trippiness and feedback musically, while more signs of their future musical range are evident on songs like the woozy “Dead Leaves” and the eerie start of “Grieving.”

Ned Raggett

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