Album Review: Delta Spirit
    • MONDAY, APRIL 09, 2012

    • Posted by: Carianne Hixson

    The essence of Delta Spirit once appeared to be twangy Southern rock dressed with brass-tinged guitar riffs and trashcan-lid drumming. This set the band apart but also left them dwelling precariously within a genre they didn't feel suited them. They theorized a band from Southern California should epitomize the sound of old-folk and alternative-rock together, more SoCal and less SoMasonDixon. So they generated something new, creating a sound perfect for lovers of music from artists ranging from Janis Joplin to Cold War Kids. Now, Delta Spirit is inexorably breaking away from their supposed root-influenced sound and heading toward re-establishment-- and by self-titling their third studio album, they're really hammering this point home. It's a new Delta Spirit.

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