Boston, 1991. Three guys, two guitars, a set of drums. Guster’s brand of portable, stripped down acoustic songwriting proved to be just that: something shared, something that would become part of nineties dorm culture, and spread beyond it, too.
Staff Picks: Guster
Six albums later, and we’re still listening. You should too. In this edition of Staff Picks: Guster, Live With the Redacted Symphony. It’s a ten-song concert album that puts a new lens on old favorites, including “Satellite”, “Come Downstairs and Say Hello”, and “Fa Fa”. And it is awesome.