listen to a new song from gosh pith

photo courtesy of katai
photo courtesy of katai

detroit’s gosh pith have proved that genre confines are indeed a cosmic trap on their new ep window, a collection of the tracks they’ve been teasing over the past few months.  the duo have shown just as strong of an affinity for jangly guitars as they have for deep, brooding synths, an aural dichotomy that helps window achieve a depth rarely displayed on first-time outings.  gosh pith close out their debut effort with “vietnam junkie,” a previously unheard song that trades all of the sultry, mysterious precepts of their r&b experimentation for a more honest, unfiltered take on the genre.  listen below.

listen to a new song from gosh pith

detroit’s gosh pith are back with their third standalone offering, “window,” a sultry track that slinks with ease thanks to its liquid bass line.  the duo’s fresh take on r&b is especially augmented here by heavily delayed vocals and jangly guitar chords perched perfectly atop the mix.  we’re waiting eagerly for an ep or a full-length from these guys.  check out “window” below.