Like an imaginative, hyperactive kid let loose amid the instruments in an elementary school music room, Minneapolis native Andrew Broder spent his first couple of albums under the Fog moniker crafting charming, headphones-paradise tunes out of turntables, guitars, strangely affecting vocals, found noises, and lots more sonic oddities. Yet Fog concerts — with a full band backing Broder — began evolving into somewhat more straightforward, guitar-centric indie-rock experiences that had little in common with the records. And so, feeling he'd outgrown the bedroom-pop aesthetic, Broder decided to bring the sound of Fog's fifth full-length, the... More >>>