Seattle duo Lemolo have only been a band for a few years, but despite their relative freshness as a group, they have a control of dynamics that most bands never even begin to grasp. When Meagan Grandall strikes the first shimmering, echo-drenched chord of “On Again, Off Again”, Kendra Cox follows suit with crashing drums, only pausing to let the song’s glowing pulse eminate before continuing to launch into sweeping crescendoes. Conversely, when the duo plays one of their softer, piano-led tracks, they allow their glistening melodies to take the forefront, moving at a consistent pace that results in an enveloping wave of sound. Experience the pair’s gentle roar by watching video of their performance at Barboza during the 2012 Capitol Hill Block Party below.
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