Over the past 5 years, Denver’s Kissing Party has churned out well-crafted indie-pop music with such regularity they make it seem effortless. “Wasters Wall,” their fifth release and first through Hot Congress, was written in a more collaborative fashion than previous albums, and it shows with the addition of a few new colors to KPs traditional sonic palette of chiming guitars and dual vocals (see: the noisy, shoe-gaze-influenced coda of “The Game,” or the electronic pulses in album-ender “Gold Holes”.) Having a tremendous amount of songs to choose from has its advantages, too. Singer/guitarist Gregg Dolan estimates that they had around 278 to pick from – though that estimate should probably be taken with a grain of salt, it's irrelevant, as each of the ten songs to make the final cut is a gem.
Recorded/mastered at Uneven Studios by Bryan Feuchtinger.