10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The dream of the ‘60s is alive in Quilt. The Boston band’s third album pushes the flower-power generation’s psychedelic pop into the 21st century, complete with wavering guitar tremolo and reverb-soaked harmonies. The jaunty sway of “Roller” conjures kaleidoscopic visions with its groovy bassline and Anna Fox Rochinski’s sugary vocals; the laidback strum of “Something There” gives off beachy vibes; and the slow-swinging “Eliot St.” will induce a shimmering daydream with its swelling strings.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The dream of the ‘60s is alive in Quilt. The Boston band’s third album pushes the flower-power generation’s psychedelic pop into the 21st century, complete with wavering guitar tremolo and reverb-soaked harmonies. The jaunty sway of “Roller” conjures kaleidoscopic visions with its groovy bassline and Anna Fox Rochinski’s sugary vocals; the laidback strum of “Something There” gives off beachy vibes; and the slow-swinging “Eliot St.” will induce a shimmering daydream with its swelling strings.

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