Alt-J shines down on indie rock in 2013 with a refreshing ray of inventiveness and maturity. Despite forming in 2007, the group didn't release an album until the arrival of last year's debut, An Awesome Wave (Infectious), which shows what four years of preparation and an open mind can do. Seriously, it's 2013 and the group uses vocal harmonies that evoke Gregorian chant. These boys from Cambridge are truly in touch with their European roots, and the results are captivating.
Sadly, Alt-J's Atlanta show on Wednesday, March 6 is sold out. But before taking the stage at the Masquerade, the group will head over to play an acoustic set at Criminal Records at 6 p.m. Pick up a copy of An Awesome Wave on LP or CD at Criminal before the show to get a ticket.
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Totally original!!! Love love them!
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It looks fun cheers