Speaking as both massive fans of Trouble in Mind AND Omni, we can hardly be impartial... but it's our job...
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Atlanta, GA trio Omni charges out of the gate in 2016, stunning everyone within earshot with their debut longplayer, "Deluxe"; a dizzyingly refreshing amalgam of wiry post-punk jitters & a dash of zen cool. "Multi-task" is their latest offering & all signs point to the coveted goal of "next level".
+ Available as a very limited edition red vinyl LP pressing (with a poster!) for us indie stores.
Guitarist Frankie Broyles (ex-Balkans/Deerhunter) & bassist/vocalist Philip Frobos (Carnivores) crafted "Deluxe"s eleven tracks in their practice space with friend & engineer Nathaniel Higgins. They returned to Higgins for "Multi-task", recording basic drum tracks at Higgins' home studio & overdubbing bass, guitar, vocals & more during two separate trips to a remote cabin in the woods near Vienna, Georgia.
"Multi-task" is a more musically adventurous step forward for the band, keeping the frantic, fleet-fingered fingerpicking of Broyles' guitar work & Frobos' dead-cool delivery while expanding their musical palette & to include whispers of post-Roxy glam & Postcard Records pop. "Multi-task" balances the band’s trademark off-kilter & unconventional jams with an elegance not found in many of their contemporaries, Omni pulls it off with grace & style, still whirring on their minimalist funk-fused agit-pop while creating an album that is awash in the excitement of new love, or fleeting attraction - a journey from that dizzying buzz of first date pheromones found twirling on the dance floor to the cab ride cool-down to home (or wherever.)
1. Southbound Station 2. Equestrian 3. Choke 4. Tuxedo Blues 5. After Dinner 6. First Degree 7. Supermoon 8. Date Night 9. Calling Direct 10. Heard My Name 11. Type
Frankie Broyles: guitar, drums, percussion Philip Frobos: bass, vocals
Recorded by Nathaniel Higgins Mastered by Mikey Young11.99Trouble In Mind20172018Indie & Alternative2018-03-21