Baby Teeth

From Oshawa, ON emerge Dizzy, a group mak­ing del­i­cate pop that wraps around lis­ten­ers like sticky sum­mer heat. Their de­but, Baby Teeth, fea­tures clear gui­tar lines, arpeg­giated synths and min­i­mal beats, while vo­cal­ist Katie Mun­shaw’s calm vo­cals fit seam­lessly into the lan­guid ar­range­ments of tracks such as the pul­sat­ing “Bleach­ers.” Dizzy are able to en­gage in a quiet and pow­er­ful way, which bodes well for their fu­ture. Their lyrics are ob­ser­va­tional as much as they are per­sonal, chan­nelling the out­skirts of suburbia and the in­ten­sity of

re­la­tion­ships. Baby Teeth’s gen­tle de­liv­ery and tex­tured pro­duc­tion cre­ates a world in which lis­ten­ers have an op­por­tu­nity for re­flec­tion, sit­u­at­ing their own ex­pe­ri­ences within the band’s sto­ry­telling. (Royal Moun­tain, www.royal­moun­tain­records.com)

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