Margot & The Nuclear So So's

Gaslight Gardens

Influenced by the films of Wes Anderson, Margot & the Nuclear So and So's adopted its moniker after Gwyneth Paltrow's role as Margot Tenenbaum in the 2001 release "The Royal Tenenbaums." Anderson claimed that when he made the movie he was trying to re-create a New York that never really existed, or only existed in his memory. For much of the So and So's debut, "The Dust of Retreat," the Indianapolis outfit attempts to re-create its own unreal ideas of how Greenwich Village might have been in the '60s. The result is a musical cacophony of electric and acoustic instruments that sit on top of rock rhythms. Lyrically, this urban folk rock is both passionate and intellectual.

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