Sad Robot is an indie rock trio from Los Angeles that is making quite a bit of noise, both literally and figuratively. Their unique beat-driven, avant-garde sound is fronted by a remarkable female vocalist, Katherine Pawlak, who has a delivery that is quirky, innovative and fresh.

This new disc, 1.0, has a ton of energy and is off-the-wall enough to separate itself from other indie acts, yet not too artsy so as to make it unlistenable. It’s the kind of music that gets under your skin and begs to be played repeatedly. There are lots of synthesizers, tons of fuzzy guitars and enough grooves to keep you singing and dancing all night long. These guys are presently unsigned, but I don’t see that being the case for long. 1.0 is a solid disc that is well worth checking out.

Track Listing:

01. Hold On
02. Sing
03. Show My Love
04. God Damn The Man
05. How Does It Feel
06. Obeah Man
07. Automatic Reset
08. The Prostitute
09. Hold On (reprise)
10. Pussy Pop (hidden track)

Run Time: 28:31
Release Date: October 30, 2012

Check out the album: ‘1.0’