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Download Then See: Psych-Rockers Landmarks Tonight At Burlington

By Sarah Cobarrubias in Arts & Entertainment on May 23, 2013 4:20PM

2013_5_23_Landmarks.jpg We hadn’t heard much about Landmarks in the past, but the local psych-rockers have been garnering some much-deserved attention lately. Their track “Cuscutta” is featured on the May installment of the Public House Sound Recordings project, which releases two tracks by a band each month, along with artwork selected by the band (shown to the right). It’s no surprise why Public House chose Landmarks—“Cuscutta” is slow, steady, and luscious, with a woozy rhythm and dreamy, faraway vocals. Check it out:

MP3: Landmarks’ “Cuscutta”

You can also hear the other track on the release over at Landmarks’ Bandcamp page. For tonight’s Burlington show, dream-pop girl-duo Architecture headlines, The Father Costume opens, and Landmarks is sandwiched in between. If you can’t catch Landmarks tonight, they also play Subterranean June 14.

Landmarks play tonight, Thursday, May 23 at The Burlington, 3425 W Fullerton, 9 p.m., $7, 21+