READ ABOUT GOLD CONNECTIONS:
"Armed with a driving sound and deep tone, ‘Turn’ is an instantly appealing song that charms on its surface and delights with its undercurrent…Even though it seems evident Marsh indeed found both the word and vision, it’s enough to show you that Marsh is constantly pushing and growing to reach something more, a fact proved time and time again in this latest batch of music.”
[“Like A Shadow”] is equal parts ‘90s alt-rock bravado and minimal pop à la The Jesus and Mary Chain.”
“Popular Fiction paves the way for Gold Connections to cement their place in the indie rock world for years to come."
"Marsh is finally ready to take Gold Connections to the next level...The record's new single, 'Bad Intentions,' layers in an entire record collection of influences while belaboring none for a sound that's as timeless as it is tireless."
"It takes an exceptional record to have the staying power that lasts nearly a year. Will Marsh's debut EP under Gold Connections is one of those rarities...a fiery piece of indie rock goodness."
- The Revue, "Favorite EP's of 2017"
"By [Isabel]'s hazy, raucous climax, it’s like Marsh and Toledo have been through the wringer, but that’s sometimes what love can be like. This is one dizzying rollercoaster you’ll be wanting to ride again and again."
""Faith In Anyone" is a stoned spiritual that builds to ambitious new heights."
""New Religion" is an animal of its own. Languid atmospherics give birth to howlingly aggressive rock ‘n’ roll."
"Just when you think great guitar music is on its way out, there’s always a track or two that keep you holding onto the thin threads that represent today’s indie-rock scene. Gold Connections’ new track “Icarus” is a solid reason to clutch hold of the great roots of guitar music, and to keep fighting for it to stay alive."
READ WHAT WE ARE READING:
— Aliens And Anorexia by Chris Kraus. Fiction.
— The Wild Iris by Louise Gluck. Poetry.
— Letters From Prison by Antonio Gramsci. Letters…
— How To Invent Everything by Ryan North. Science.
— No One Belongs Here More Than You by Miranda July. Short stories.
— Consider The Lobster by David Foster Wallace. Essays.
— Waging Heavy Peace by Neil Young. Memoir.
— Thelonious Monk: The Life And Times Of An American Original by Robin Kelley. Biography.