Laser Background, the hazy dream-pop brainchild of Philadelphia’s Andy Molholt, plays around in that murky field of tape hiss and slow grooves. There’s a playfulness here, falling somewhere in the fuzzy, psychedelic territory between the Beatles and Pavement, where pop melodies definitely rule, but everything sounds just a little bit… well, strange. Here, we present “Tropic Of Cancer,” from their recent session for BTR Live Studio.
Matt Ruby and J. McVay on Trump’s rebalancing of relationships with the G7 and North Korea. Jacqueline Soller and J. McVay on ‘Hereditary.’ John Knefel on the GOP’s war on voting. A performance from Yazan’s upcoming BTR Live Studio session. | listen