The Portland foursome’s four-song EP ‘Spooky’ is minimalist in every sense of the word. The band’s debut album, ‘The Mystery & Her Crew‘, was released in 2006, and had a folkier sound juxtaposed with ‘Spooky’, which vibes a sort of distorted flower pop. The songs carry a similar theme throughout and because the album is so short, the product is holistic. Do not fear Spooky is a friendly ghost. The lead vocalist Eliza’s voice is quaint and when it’s quiet reminds me of Nico’s. Spooky is crinkly, poppy, sunny kindness.
Sounds Like: Velvet Underground and Nico, drugs