Blooper Churns Out Infectiously Fuzzy Power-Pop on Go Away


Blooper, Go Away

Out now, self-released


Blooper recorded Go Away during January's weeklong snowpocalypse, but it's a record whose sound couldn't be further from those dreary conditions. Rather, the EP's four songs--infectious, fuzzed-out cuts of jangly garage-pop--sound primed for the coming summer months. It's a sound that's currently en vogue, sure, but on tracks like "Astronaut," which wouldn't have sounded out of place on '80s college radio, the group proves it has the hooks to keep things interesting.

Listen to "Astronaut" after the jump, or stream the whole thing on Blooper's Bandcamp.

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