These guys are all over the place. They go from quirky, sunny lead guitar lines and harmonies to jams that sound like they were left off of Dark Side of the Moon or even End Hits. This is definitely indie rock, but it's indie rock with balls. And it's no secret that indie rock usually lacks said balls. This is a topic I will elaborate on at a later date. Back to Medications. This music is complicated enough to be interesting and slightly difficult, but melodic enough not to be boring or inaccessible. I hope that helps. This is a record that I am enjoying more and more with every listen and it's quickly becoming a favorite. Once again, thank you Dischord.
Catch Medications at The Pinhook in Durham on 7/21.