“Emo” is a terribly misconstrued, and often misused term to incorrectly describe so-called “depressing” music. This week’s guest on the show, Saltlick, are not an “emo” band. Rather, they have a sound that is more accurately described as “lo-fi apathetic rock” in the vein of Ohio’s own Guided By Voices.
Brianna Snider, the brainchild behind the band, joins us in the studio on this all-new episode. You’ll hear a few new tracks from their upcoming debut full-length album Until Next Time (release date: November 9), hear the stories behind the songs, and how ingrained she’s becoming in the local music scene.
She relates how her love of music was ingrained within her from a very early age, as well. Although “lo-fi” music may be an acquired aural taste for some listeners, we think you’ll develop that taste as she weaves wonderful music around her real-life, cerebral lyrics.
It’s a thoughtful show that will hopefully leave you wanting to hear more from the band. As always, we call it podcasting without a net…
Music on the show:
- Mint Green (new track)
- Circles (new track)
- Hold Me Down (Halsey cover featuring Clicky)
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