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Posted July 12, 2016 by Mike Mineo in Tracks
 
 

Pete Lehar – “Off the Table”

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“Off the Table” is a shimmering piece of jangle-pop from Boston-based Pete Lehar. Bright guitar strutting and synth flourishes accompany Lehar’s warbled voice, leading into the multi-layered vocal chorus around 01:20, when Lehar uses sleek vocal production and a soaring lead to solidify the memorable factor in this bright piece of hook-y jangle-pop songwriting. An excellent melodic transition arrives just before the two-minute mark, showing Lehar’s impressive capabilities in this melodically involved hybrid of sophisti-pop and jangle-pop. A highly impressive effort, “Off the Table” puts Lehar firmly on my radar.

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