The Jigsaw Seen‘s new album, Old Man Reverb, showcases the band’s jangly psych-pop sound with embellishes of art-rock, garage, and Americana. Produced by band members Dennis Davison and Jonathan Lea, Old Man Reverb showcases the band’s increasingly varied sonic palette. Like Jigsaw Seen‘s previous albums, Old Man Reverb features elaborate packaging designed by the band’s guitarist, Jonathan Lea. The new album was mastered by engineer Sean Magee, who won a Grammy in 2011 for his work on The Beatles‘ “Original Studio Recordings.” Magee mastered the album at the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London. The opening track, “Let There Be Reverb,” reels the listener in with an addictive garage-rock riff. Catchy and upbeat, the song explores the art of producing music while striving for balance between creativity and the corporate nature of the industry. From packaging and recording to the music itself, Old Man Reverb is another impeccable and timeless release from Jigsaw Seen.
“What The Jigsaw Seen delivers on all of their albums is some of the best rock music ever made. Their music is a master class on song construction, style and technique.” – RUST
RIYL: The Zombies, The Kinks, The Fresh & Onlys, Guided by Voices, XTC, The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Recommended tracks: Track #1 “Let There Be Reverb,” Track #3 “Die Laughing,” Track #5 “We Women,” Track #9 “Abide”
Going for adds 9/22 & 9/23