Over the past several years, more than enough indie-folk bands have emerged from cozy practice spaces, ready to plink-plunk their way through some winsome tunes and straight into your heart... or at least an inescapable television commercial. It hardly feels like we need another in the mix. To be fair, Little Tybee isn't some Johnny Come Sprightly—the Atlanta band has been around for a while now. But this six-piece brings a little more oomph to the style than many of their contemporaries. Some of that oomph is the result of virtuosic playing (guitarist Josh Martin is one of those eye-poppingly skilled fret-tapping types), while some comes from the band's tendency to veer away from standard string-band sounds into jazz, prog, funk, and classical music. Little Tybee's new self-titled album is conspicuously catchy and consistently interesting, and that's a good thing! BEN SALMON
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