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On the Radar

Thrift shop synth leads to pop awakening for Indiana singer-songwriter

Kevin Krauter’s debut LP Toss Up was created in an atmosphere he describes as “useful solitude”. the Indiana native – also a member of Hoops – has been taking time out from working collaboratively as part of a band to concentrate wholeheartedly on his own creative vision – and the results are stunning. Toss Up deviates from the style of wistful, stripped-back folk that Krauter championed throughout his initial EPs Magnolia and Changes into a rich smorgasbord of 60s flower pop, 70s easy listening, 80s new wave, 90s alt radio and 00s indie rock.

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