Maybe it's the tornadoes that regularly rake their home state or the loneliness of the plains, but brooding melancholy and sweeping, majestic moodiness characterize the folk-laced noir rock and chamber pop of Oklahoma's Other Lives. The band's shimmering electronic ice crystals, misty clouds of pointillistic strings, sighing horns, and pulsing electronics, all meticulously layered into lush but eerie soundscapes, suggest Nordic expanses or foggy moors. OL's keen attention to detail and exquisite renderings have inspired comparisons to Radiohead and make the... More >>>