Stanton Meadowdale Stanton Meadowdale

It's definitely a bold stylistic move to make your album sound like it was recorded through a walkie-talkie, but on his self-titled debut, Stanton Meadowdale makes it work. Sounding similar in presentation to the junkyard folk on Beck's One Foot in the Grave, Meadowdale's songs feel timeless in their primitive state. Yearning, heartfelt, and ridiculously lo-fi, in a time when everyone's got a Pro Tools suite in their basement, Meadowdale opts for raw and honest and it shines. (Simulcast)