“A. Sinclair is a mature project aiming for honesty and joy in the music itself. They’re not flashy or glamorous, finding more musical satisfaction in simple tone work and phrasing. The pace is always quick and varying; boosted by a sense of urgency and a clear message. Their debut release, “Pretty Girls” is a grouping of jittery, garage-rock jams with a healthy dose of group choruses, fuzzy vocals and steady percussion.”
Löwin debuted in March of 2014 at SXSW in Austin, TX. Initially the creative baby of Sara Houser (The Couch), Löwin became a full band endeavor with the help of Michael Sanders, Chris DeGeorge, and Nate Ribner. Taking their moniker from the German word for “lioness,” Löwin’s sound can be described as a balance between masculine and feminine soundscapes with loud guitars and bombastic arrangements coupled with delicate melodies and textures. Much like the band’s spirit animal, Löwin’s songs stem from the duality of fierce and gentle with the idea that the two sentiments are not mutually exclusive.