Following a spate of EPs and singles comes the debut album by Tamaryn, entitled The Waves.
After collaborating with producer Rex John Shelverton (ex-Vue/The Audience/Portraits of Past), Tamaryn left New York and settled in Rex’s hometown of San Francisco to record their first full-length. Whereas Tamaryn’s earlier material was rooted in traditional goth-psych overtones, The Waves represents an incredible step forward in terms of her approach. These nine songs combine driving pop and lush balladry with layered, guitar-driven ethereal atmospheres, against which Tamaryn’s voice, languid and restrained, melts against its surface.
The Waves is a masterful collision of hypnotic psychedelia and bittersweet dream pop.
10-13 Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club (w/ Neon Indian)
10-14 New York, NY @ Webster Hall (w/ Neon Indian)
10-16 Detroit, MI @ Populux (w/ Neon Indian)
10-17 Chicago, IL @ Thalia Hall (w/ Neon Indian)
11-10 San Francisco, CA @ The Chapel (w/ Froth)
11-12 Los Angeles, CA @ Echoplex (w/ Froth)
11-14 San Diego, CA @ The Hideout (w/ Think No Think, Froth, Wild Wild Wet)