"Three Times Of The Day" by Dylan Trees

Dylan Trees started out as a coed duo (the British Jeremy Simon and New Yorker Monica Olive) that attributes Silver Lake‘s Thirsty Crow Bar as integral to their full band formation (mainly due to Olive being a bartender there). The three additional musicians add a more dynamic approach to their psychedelia tinted folk pop which often centers on Simon and Olive sharing vocal duties. Overall, their music has a stripped down lure of acoustics that either makes you stomp your dusty boots or gently rock on a porch swing.

The Echo Park-based band will release a new EP in October entitled Victoryville (Mother West) that was mostly recorded and produced at Cottage Sounds in New York by Charles Newman (The Magnetic Fields, Gospel Music) who also produced their previous two EPS. But for now, you can enjoyed the title track off their last release Three Times Of The Day:

Dylan Trees will perform this Tuesday at The Central with Owls, The Breakups, and The Ross Sea Party.


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