Nada Surf is still riding the wave tops of the 00s indie rock The Nada Surf album Let Go became the anthem of alternative
Nada Surf is still riding the wave tops of the 00s indie rock
The Nada Surf album Let Go became the anthem of alternative American indie pop rock in 2002. The band was formed back in 1992 by singer and guitarist Matthew Caws as well as bassist Daniel Lorca. Over the past 27 years there have been a few replacements in the band, but the two founders are teaming up with Ira Elliot on drums and Doug Gillard on guitar.
It has made a total of 8 studio albums over time and most recently a digital re-release of the North 6th Street CD , which Nada Surf sold when they toured in 1999. It features some first singles, 8-track demos, previously unreleased songs and a cover number .
However, it is still the album Let Go that stands out as the strongest to date. It came out at a time when indie music was making its way into the American music landscape. Nada Surf quickly rose to the throne as the kings of alternative pop-rock in the homeland, where they received huge praises from the reviewers.
Support: John Vanderslice
Songwriter and producer John Vanderslice released the album The Cedars in 2019. He then approaches the craft of writing songs from every imaginable direction except the most straightforward. Through drum machines, synths and unpredictable sonic textures, he gets lost in the woods – in both the transferred and the concrete sense. Among other things, listen to the single „Utah and the Sky Over Utah“.
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