Album Review: The Dig
    • MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 2011

    • Posted by: Gabby Green

    Hailing from Westchester County, The Dig have been playing together since the sixth grade. The Dig arent overwhelmingly poppy, and they dont have a sound that is too indie for most listeners, placing them in the happiest medium. Fronted by David Baldwin and Emile Mosseri, it's easy to draw comparisons to the garage sounds of The Strokes and the catchy boyishness of The Postelles in The Dig's debut album, Electric Toys, yet the band is able to distinguish themselves by their ability to seamlessly go from post-punk to slow and meditative tracks in an instant.

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