Indie Spotlight: Dinosaur Feathers

Posted in News on April 8, 2010

There are many wonderful bands in Brooklyn, but few make music quite like Dinosaur Feathers. Not lo-fi. Not folk. Not experimental. Not quite pop. But there are elements of all these in their music, which has given them the opportunity to play with a diverse set of musicians in a short period of time, including Drink Up Buttercup, Pterodactyl, Julianna Barwick, Surfer Blood, Javelin, Holiday Shores, Small Black, the Drums, Bear in Heaven, Darlings and more. Time Out New York praised the band’s “skewed yet joyous avant pop that nods to Animal Collective and Dirty Projectors,” while The Onion AV Club gushed, “Dinosaur Feathers’ songs meld soaring vocal harmonies to an aesthetic that’s at once synthetic and tribal.”

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