March 30, 2016 | Tommy Leahy
Previously known as an established shoegazing act, New Jersey’s Deardarkhead made the decision to morph into an instrumental project following their lead vocalist’s departure. Unlike previously mentioned instrumental bands, Deardarkhead keeps things short, sweet, yet interesting. The loss of a frontman generated pressure for the trio to create atmospheres and soundscapes far more captivating than their previous works. Long story short: they pulled it off. Give Deardarkhead a try if you’re looking for vocal-free tunes that are not necessarily centered in long, build ups.