For the last ten years, LA-based Blue Broderick has been
making daydreamy guitar pop as Diners, outlining her optimistic worldview within the simple catchiness and charming
style of '60s luminaries like Harry Nilsson and Brian Wilson.
On "Domino," her energetic new album, she's taken a turn
toward overdriven, uptempo power pop, applying her affirming lyricism to an unabashed rock record. With production
help from Portland songwriter Mo Troper, "Domino" places
her breezy melodies alongside stomping Big Star guitars
and hazy fuzz bass, lending a new urgency to her anthems.
"This is the rock record that I always wanted to make,"
Broderick says. "I know that any time I turn it on, it's what
I set out to do."