This band embodies the post-punk, post-rock influences and an ethereal shoegaze lean that are represented from Capital nascent and seasoned rock stars. From Washington, D.C. (i.e. supposed think tank center of the world), the jogs and segues found throughout this release, ?Night and Day?, sound measurably fantastic. ?Because I am Haunted?, ?Suite-T?, ?Oh My Mind? are crafted deep with guitar echoes, diminished vocals, and repetitive drum ensembles that are very reminiscent of the early Brit shoegazer movement.
Their sound elevates to pop levels with ?Funny Cigarette? only briefly; any glimpse of pop stardom is weakened with the ambient and trippy outliers and droning beauty jams found in ?She's A Dream? and ?Certain Colour Sky?, to identify a few. (The Sounds of) Kaleidoscope will appeal to wide range of indie rockers who find such warm comforts found within these brooding songs.