Indiana-based House of Bread (not affiliated with the bread shop, sorry!) buries the competition in the indie synth pop world easily on their third installment, “Superhuman Tomb”. Having gotten their start in 2005, Omar Afzaal wanted to put together a noise-pop solo project using a simple 8-track recorder. Soon after Bob Haddad joined forces with Omar and the rest as they say is history. Dreamy and dense, “Superhuman Tomb” carries a similar torch of intricate guitar pop mastery that people came to expect from early Smashing Pumpkins. Definitely recommended if you like groups like Air, Asobi Seksu, Super Furry Animals, or just want to be able to boast that you like eclectic music that no one else has heard of and just happens to also be freakin’ great.
ps. You can download the album for free too.