by Jeff Milo
Sandro Perri's wafting ambling groove-pop as wavy as gravy, with bubbly synth champagne-froth and honeyed vocal tones crooning all a’ quiver.
Impossible Spaces (Constellation) blends minimal Tropicalia-type buoyant breezes to sepia-toned 70’s singer-songwriter soars and wonderfully weirds-it-up with warm, winding organs trailing fuzzy curly cues under breathy ballads. Toronto-based producer/songwriter Sandro Perri throws-it-back in style, sparking charming nostalgia-slow-dances as apt accommodation for stocking-footed kitchen sashays as much as back-porch cook-outs or starry-night stares into ruminative space-oddities.
June 11th – joining back-to-nature indie-folk purists Bowrebirds @ the Magic Stick
June 14th – joining elegantly verbose anti-pop-songwriter Destroyer @ the Crofoot Ballroom