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Office Culture get cozy on “A Life of Crime,” play Elsewhere 11.20

New York soft-rock quartet Office Culture liken the experience of listening to their new record to “walking into a beloved old bar in a neighborhood where you no longer live,” but it is more comparable (in this reviewer’s opinion” to a comfortable, rainy Sunday night spent at home, away from the clamor of city streets. Throughout their new LP A Life of Crime, clean synths, an easygoing percussive drive, the occasional wailing horn, and singer Winston Cook-Wilson’s laissez-faire vocal delivery congeal to embed the entire record with a relaxed energy, but there’s never a dull moment. From the moody instrumental interplay on tracks like “Diamonds” and “Hard Times in the City,” to the playful bop of “Home on High” and “Parade,” Office Culture lay down a steady groove that will immediately resonate with fans of classic pop rock outfits like Steely Dan or more contemporary fusion-focused groups like Parcels and Whitney. Stream it below, and catch them on November 20th at Elsewhere supporting Wild Nothing. —Connor Beckett McInerney

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Office Culture ahead of LP release

After releasing their debut album earlier this year, NYC's lounge pop band Office Culture is scheduled to play C'Mon Everybody on July 14th. With vocals reminiscent of Smokey Robinson, and slow and groovy instrumentals interwoven with refined pop and jazz influences, these Brooklyn natives conjure up smooth music that's at once sophisticated and easy to the ear. Catch them at their LP release show at Sunnyvale 6.11.

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