Dan Croll’s overwhelmingly strong debut album Sweet Disarray is exactly just that.
It’s delicious, daring, dandy and disorienting!
It’s fresh, fly, friendly, and fascinating!
It’s gregarious, gracious, grand, and gravitating!
It’s simply sweet disarray!
In just under 40 minutes, Dan Croll manages to compact together what takes many musicians a lifetime to achieve. Mr. Croll created an indie pop album where almost every single song has the capability of holding its own. Each one crafted with an individual majesticness that only it may boast. It’s not as if Dan Croll reinvented the wheel or anything, but damn did he create one that I will keep on spinning until the end of my time.
Quite cleverly, he has channeled the style of many indie popsters and rockers that have come before him, but at the same time forged a sound that can now only be attributed to him. In due time the world will catch up to the all the glory and pop prowess of Dan Croll.
In Sifting Pan terminology, Sweet Disarray is what we call a big ol’ fat bag of indie gems.
Favorite Tracks: Compliment Your Soul Can You Hear Me From Nowhere Thinkin Aboutchu Only Ghost Home