In this week's paper, Christian Schaeffer reviews Troubadour Dali's self-titled release. He has this to say:
File this release under "Better Late Than Never." Psych-shoegaze alchemists Troubadour Dali have gigged around town, gone through several lineup changes and now have finally released their long-awaited debut. (The self-titled disc also serves as the first release on Euclid Records' new label.) It was worth the wait: The band takes the best bits of classic rock and pop and feeds them through phasers, tape-echo machines and spring reverb units, creating a dense, swirling sound which never dulls the sharpness of the hooks.
Read the rest here. The band will be continuing its free Sunday night residency at Off Broadway this weekend. The show starts at 8 p.m.
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