MusicalFamilyTree.com, a website dedicated to spreading the word about and sharing the music of Indiana bands, recently released the Delicious Berries compilation, and it is awesome. Fresh voices, ambitious sounds — I wish someone here in Michigan would tap into our local talent the way the MFT folks have. For my weekly posts in August, I’ll be featuring bands from the compilation, because it really is that good. The first, Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s, starts the disc, and with its deal on Artemis is likely one of the most commercially successful of the bands on Delicious Berries. The tracks below, full of quiet harmonies and pop hooks, are taken from their 2005 album The Dust of Retreat.
10 Replies to “Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s”
I actually saw these guys live at Summerfest not too long ago. Very enjoyable show.
I can’t wait for their next album 😉
Keep up the GREAT work guys 😉
Great post, thanks! I am excited for the next few off of that comp. I dont mean to get to Kip(ish) from N. Daynamite but, “I love the internet!”
If you are curious what their next album will sound like check out their demos on musicalfamilytree.com
I was not expecting a band with such a long name to have such killer tunes… really good stuff!
After I listened to these two tracks, I bought the album on ebay, can’t wait for the rest. 🙂
Pretty cool music, ‘skeleton key’ especailly.
The album is awesome, too! Buy it! 🙂
This could very well have been the best album of ’06. Seriously.