The debut full-length for Chicago’s the Changes — Darren Spitzer (vocals / guitar,) Dave Rothblatt (guitar / vocals) Rob Kallick (bass) and Jonny Basofin (drums) — is a bouncy affair with subtle neo-psych pulses, and it swirls positively shimmery dream pop with a touch of ’70s soft rock. One of the album’s standout cuts has an uber-stylish back-story: According to the band’s lore, while soundchecking a new tune at Sundance, the quartet wowed fashion designer Todd Oldham so much, they named the decidedly lush track “House of Style” in his honor.
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The Changes – “House of Style” (Download MP3)
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