“FENSTER makes de-constructed pop music, exploring electro acoustic arrangements peppered with traffic noises and bird calls. Their lyrics are often carefully constructed dream narratives, finding inspiration in the world of ghosts, graveyards. trains, religious imagery, and broken machinery. In their music, they build songs around errors, blending melodic chords with broken beats or minimal percussion. Their instruments range from banjo to synth to inanimate objects, using slamming doors and city soundscapes.”

Check out the band at their official Website, Facebook, and BandCamp. The lo-fi popsterssecond album, “The Pink Caves” was just released via Morr Music and they hit the Thunderbird Cafe tomorrow night sharing a bill with New Bums and friends of the blog Pairdown. I want to thank JJ Weihl (Guitar/Vocals) and Johnny Jarzyna (Guitar/Vocals) for taking the time to participate in this edition of First/Last.