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Singles Lost in Time: LSD and the Search for God + Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties

Hello and welcome to Singles Lost in Time, where we dig through our library here at idobi (like monks sifting through historical texts) and we dust off some absolute bangers that never got their proper time in the sun.

LSD and the Search for God – “Starting Over”

If you like your pop hooks slow-cooked in shoegaze-gravy, have we got the song for you. LSD and the Search for God are as enigmatic as their name, which gives “Starting Over” and their eponymous EP a mystique reserved for the rarest of grimoires. Best enjoyed with headphones securely fastened, “Starting Over” invites you to get lost—and found—inside yourself.

Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties
“67, Cherry Red”

Dan Campbell sings like he may never be able to sing again. As the vocalist of Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties, the passion and urgency in his voice is made that much more electric by the personal way he writes his lyrics. “67, Cherry Red” is a requiem for a paternal relationship that is almost uncomfortably confessional. The song’s earnest nature is its strength, but the subtle use of horns that back its acoustic-punk grit give “67, Cherry Red” an ethereal suburban halo—like the sunrise beaming through sagging power lines.


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