Listen to the new Elusive Parallelograms EP, Spaces
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Milwaukee’s Elusive Parallelograms have been around for only four years, but in that time, they’ve released two terrific full-length albums and two EPs. The newest of those EPs, Spaces, was released earlier this week, and it continues the Parallelograms’ love affair with shimmering, effects-laden psych-rock. It’s an album that isn’t afraid to toss in a few surprises, either—dig the sudden burst of noise that closes out “Nuclear Man,” or the ’90s pop influence buried inside the awesome “Oblivion.” Or just listen to the entire album below, and make sure to head over to the Cactus Club later tonight for the Spaces release party.