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Bethel, Connecticut, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | INDIE

Bethel, Connecticut, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2014
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"Teen @ BAR, 7/2/14"

Opening for Teen and based out of Bethel, CT, loom grew from the songwriting of guitarist Danielle Capalbo. The full ensemble consists of her brother, Willis Touri also on guitar, Ashley Kenney on bass, and drummer Jared Thompson (Spectral Fangs). The end result is some excellent chemistry. You’d have no idea that Capalbo and her brother hadn’t yet even jammed together for the first time at the start of 2014. As a quartet, they produce a sound that unites dream pop and garage rock. They’ll have an EP on the way later this year. It is also worth noting that while Touri has an amazing handle on his guitar, he is only 19 and I can see him growing even stronger. - Neat Beet


Still working on that hot first release.



loom (Obscure Me Records) is a four-piece from Bethel, Conn., that makes heavy, dreamy pop with heart. The band is comprised of singer-songwriter Danielle Capalbo (guitars, vox), her brother Will Touri (lead guitar), drummer Jared Thompson (Spectral Fangs, The Field Recordings) and bassist Ashley Kenney (Lucky Seven). Danielle's disarming vocals and keen songwriting are the backbone for the band's subtle unorthodox pop music. 

At turns shoe gaze and anthemic, loom conjures the likes of Wye Oak or Slowdive. While relatively young—Capalbo assembled the group in winter 2014—loom has already drawn attention, with debut B-Side "Every Crime" named one of WCNI’s Top 10 songs of 2014 (Moon Cheese Baby). 

To date, loom has performed throughout New York and Connecticut, at venues such as Arlene's Grocery (LES), The Spaceland Ballroom (Hamden), The New Britain Museum of American Art, The Heirloom Arts Theatre (Danbury), BAR (New Haven),  Cafe 9 (New Haven), 33 Golden Street (New London) and The Telegraph (New London). 


“The end result is some excellent chemistry. ...As a quartet, they produce a sound that unites dream pop and garage rock.” – NeatBeet

“On its B-side, 'Every Crime,' the New Haven quartet gets even dreamier, with guitars and chimed ‘ooh’s that reverberate through brazen chords.” – The Deli

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