Jackson Scott

  • indie rock

Jackson Scott’s oeuvre has been described as “apocalyptic Pop,” and it seems as good a tag as any. Scott has a facility for translating ennui, dread, resignation and any number of other dark emotional states into intriguing lo-fi Pop music that is long on experimentalism and exploration and brutally short on fidelity and giving a shit what anyone else thinks. Scott’s debut album, 2013’s Melbourne, was a bracing set of raw and rapturous Pop melodicism with enough quirk to make Emo

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