Saturday, July 21, 2018

Racoma's Self Titled album feels organically deep- steep in the tracks "Country" and "Howl" and then love the rest

From Racoma's self titled 2018 EP the track Country feels organically deep like the sounds were steeped in a brew of garden rock, alt folk and porch country pushed through Americana filters. It helps that Glenn Haider (from New Jersey) possesses a kind of down home sultry voice with earnest tones and the right amount of sandpaper grit to his vocal performance. Hooking up with childhood friend Anthony Hagen (bass, keys and from Cali) and finding another Cali boy, Sean Collopy (guitar) they all collected in Seattle, Washington (eventually) along with native Eliot Stone. Loving their sound, that has no indie pretense whatsoever. It is what it is and it is wonderful. 

Robb Donker

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