Dr. Dog, Son Little

On last month’s Critical Equation, Dr. Dog continues to unleash cosmic jams filtered through a pop-centric Beatles lens. It’s a sound chronicled by the Philly outfit since jangly 2002 debut Toothbrush. The kaleidoscopic synth crescendos of “Night,” rich acoustics of “True Love,” and the lush lull of “Coming Out of the Darkness” recall their indie-pop charm. – Alejandra Ramirez
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