In my Unplugged column in Do this week, I spotlighted Savannah Stopover 2014 alum Bedroom, the solo project of Nashville’s Noah Kittinger. The young musician’s new record Grow is being officially released next week on the Furious Hooves label but will of course be available at the party and performance on 5/17 at Graveface Records & Curiosities.
And check this out: DISCOVERY: BEDROOM at Interview. From the piece:
There’s a sort of hazy, abstract strain of guitar pop that emanates from bedrooms all across the world. It’s lumped in with dream-pop and shoegaze, but it’s really neither of those things. It’s a polyglot sort of music, one that deals heavily in obfuscation to drive home its often ineffable points. Noah Kittinger, who appropriately records under the name Bedroom, has been steadily honing a particular potent brand of this sound since his sophomore year in high school, when he emerged fully formed with the Toys EP.