Backed by producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Fred Thoms, Saturday Looks Good To Me has made a huge name for themselves in the indie world. Garnering the attention of their peers and listeners alike for over a decade. Thomas has released several solo albums and fronted musical projects Swimsuit, City Center, and Mighty Clouds, among others. Thomas and his army of collaborators in SLGTM connect with a weirdly instinctual recognition of the generalized 60s music from which their own music is drawn.
SLGTM released, Fill Up the Room, their seventh full-length album and first on K Records in 2007. Lush string sections and electric piano lines dance with bouncy guitar lines, reminiscent of The Smiths, stop abruptly and give way to warm melodies. Wordless voices rise up at once then fall peacfully. Thomas makes it all make sense.Joining the stage are, Wild Moccasins, a Houston quintet who in 2011 released a deluxe version of their debut album Skin Collision Past off New West Records.
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