When it comes to synth-pop songs about girls who are smart, songs about guys preoccupied with your approval of their Wang, songs about theft, songs about tennis and songs about more rokk with less talk, Freezepop have earned the platinum trophy.
From humble beginnings rattling around the Boston area in 1999 to being a major draw at PAX ten years later, the band has slowly emerged and taken on the world. They've ramped up their game as well as the quality of their product, even when, admittedly, much of their charm comes from their DIY championing of technological minimalism. For a long time the band stuck closely to the Yamaha QY-70 as their primary sound source. More recently they broke out of those constraints and flexed their sonic muscles with a broader pallet of lush electronic sounds.
So, is this your first show since PAX?
So how has that transition gone?
It seemed to go over well.
Do you hang out at the event much?
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