9 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though it took more than a year The Dodos to follow up their previous album, Carrier, the band began recording Individ just after the sessions for the earlier album finished up. For multi-instrumentalist Meric Long and drummer Logan Kroeber, there’s no formula for how songs will come together. But when the songs emerge from the process, it’s obvious what they have. “Bubble” evokes the innocence of the early Beach Boys in its vocal, while its music expands with modern sophistication. “Retriever” bounces its beats off the reverb for a seductive tribal sound. “Bastard” centers on the San Francisco duo’s underrated harmonies. 

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though it took more than a year The Dodos to follow up their previous album, Carrier, the band began recording Individ just after the sessions for the earlier album finished up. For multi-instrumentalist Meric Long and drummer Logan Kroeber, there’s no formula for how songs will come together. But when the songs emerge from the process, it’s obvious what they have. “Bubble” evokes the innocence of the early Beach Boys in its vocal, while its music expands with modern sophistication. “Retriever” bounces its beats off the reverb for a seductive tribal sound. “Bastard” centers on the San Francisco duo’s underrated harmonies. 

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