Indie Prog Rock (Minneapolis)
If you’re looking for an Indie Rock band with a little range to challenge modern parameters just a bit, The Color Pharmacy might be your cup of psychedelic Folk tea. Inspiring comparisons to Syd Barrett and elements of the Elephant 6 collective, the Color Pharmacy has shared stages with Tom Morello’s Street Sweeper Social Club and Adele, and it doesn’t get much rangier than that. The trio’s new album, Texatonka, expands and deepens the sounds and concepts of their earlier work, teeing up the Color Pharmacy as one of the most unpredictable, complex and fascinating bands of the coming decade.
You’ll Dig It If You Dig: The grandchildren of Peter Gabriel meet the elder statesmen from Neutral Milk Hotel to make naively cynical Indie Rock songs for the 21st century. (Brian Baker, CityBeat)
~ "Combine the colorful magic of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory with indie-rock music, and you have the basis for what is now Jake Dilley and the Color Pharmacy." (The Gramophone)