Originally Posted by SpectralJulianIsNotDead
I'm listening to their first album right now and it sounds very Spacemen 3ish.
They've expanded their lineup and their sound in the meantime. Lots of interlocking percussion, but the basic blissout aesthetic isstill there. DoTS are a kind of rare exception for me, as their music really works in the major keys a lot and doesn't have much "darkness" to speak of at all, and yet maintains a saturated psychedelic vibe that is thoroughly enjoyable. I think these factors could ultimately make them a pretty popular act nationwide. Their music is both good and somewhat radio-friendly, which is a rarity indeed.