Foamboy, Writes Willamette Week, Combine the “Grungiest And Most Elegant Bits of The 80s”
According to Willamette Week, Foamboy is cool. “A name like Foamboy suggests softness, inefficacy, the quality of being a punching bag—a neat contrast with the muscular post-disco that the duo has been pursuing since changing its name from Chromatic Colors. Their recently released debut, Sober Daydream, sets Katy Ohsiek’s sangfroid against a jazzy, hard-hitting backdrop from producer Wil Bakula and a boatload of local players. Imagine the grungiest and most elegant bits of the ‘80s combined—as much synthwave as sophisti-pop, as much Sade as Schwarzenegger.” Here‘s the link.
The duo performed last night at Holocene in Portland. Missed it? Get their LP from our download page and get ready for the next show.