Sister’s Barbershop‘s first album is old. Released in 1996, it’s one of those “placement” albums where you can start hearing a transfer of styles of the genre overall.

The album is a indie rock album that mixes other styles into their music while retaining a core sound. Even with the additions, the music has a developed sound. Even though the music does have an older sound, slightly classic rock and even some country themes, it’s a great album to listen to for the time.

It’s a great album because Sister’s Barbershop even explores some small alternative/post-rock sounds on the album. Vocals are melodic over the instrumentals and have a slight lower tone. There is a good energy through all the songs and there isn’t a song that sounds out of place.

The album really sounds like a transition album from multiple styles and the age of the album illustrates the history of indie rock.

Korean Indie Editor-At-Large The person in the background watching over everything.