Dive is the side project of Beach Fossils’ guitarist Cole Smith. Understandably, Dive’s work takes it’s sonic cues from the atmospheric adventures of Beach Fossils and their astute 2010 debut. It’s from this palette that Cole locates various dormant musical qualities and expands on them, producing a trance-like, cavernous sound, where piercing guitar lines jangle and jar, […]

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Beach Fossils is kind of like the Real Madrid of indie rock:  the worth of its parts may be better than the whole.  Two of the band’s four members have branched off to to form excellent solo projects that don’t fit exactly fit within the parameters of the Sunday-fuzz of Beach Fossils.  First there was Dive,  the […]

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Beach Fossils aren’t generally known for their remixes, having only produced one or two, but the Brooklyn beach bros certainly did a number to Alex Winston’s “Locomotive.”  Adding a few layers with some choice stringy synths, the remix brings ghastly undertones out of Winston’s voice that transform the original pop beauty into a hauntingly beautiful echoscape. […]

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